What is the shortcut to move rows in Google Sheets?
Move Around a Spreadsheet
Ctrl+Left/Right Arrow (Windows/Chrome OS) or Ctrl+Option+Left/Right Arrow (macOS): Move to the first or last cell with data in a row. Ctrl+Up/Down Arrow (Windows/Chrome OS) or Ctrl+Option+Up/Down Arrow (macOS): Move to the first or last cell with data in a column.
Using Keyboard Shortcut (F5)
Now if you want to jump to a specific cell or row/column, simply hit the F5 key. Note: When you enable compatible spreadsheet shortcuts, you may be able to use some of the keyboard shortcuts that are also available in other popular spreadsheet tools such as MS Excel.
How do I select an entire row in Google Sheets?
To select an entire row, press Shift + Space .
How do you shift in Google Sheets?
How to Insert and Move Cells in Google Sheets
- Select the cell or cell range where you want to insert the new cells.
- Click Insert on the menu bar.
- Select either Cells and shift down or Cells and shift right.
A Google Sheets spreadsheet can have up to 5 million cells.
Navigate Between Cells and Pages.
|Home||To column A in the current row|
|Ctrl + Home||To the first cell (A1) in the worksheet|
|Ctrl + End||To the last cell with data in the worksheet|
|Page Up||Up one screen|