Excel 2010 cheat sheet: Quick reference charts


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New to Microsoft Excel 2010? Find your favorite commands from earlier versions of Excel with these charts.

These charts accompany our story Excel 2010 cheat sheet. Click through to that story for detailed information on getting up and running with Excel 2010.

If you've upgraded to Excel 2010 directly from Excel 2003, you'll probably have difficulty finding some of your favorite menu commands in the new Ribbon interface. Even Excel 2007 users might have trouble finding one or two things in Excel 2010. These quick reference charts can help.

We list the most commonly used Excel 2003 commands and tell you where they are in both Excel 2007 and Excel 2010. They're listed here according to the menu on which they're found in Excel 2003. We've also included keyboard shortcuts for all the commands. Most of them are the same in all three versions of Excel; we've noted where they differ.

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