Selecting All Sheet Cells in Microsoft Excel 2010

In this article, we will learn how we can select all sheet cells in Microsoft Excel 2010.

We always use up arrow key or down arrow key or mouse scroll for navigating to the end or start in the Microsoft Excel 2010 range of the sheet. It is helpful when Excel has a small range which might be a range of A1:A10. It is easy to use up arrow key or down arrow key when we want to select the whole data instead of particular cell or particular range and column.

Let’s take an example to understand how we can select all sheet cells.

We have data in range A1:C20 in whichcolumn A contains Name, column B contains Score and Column C contains percentage.Now, we want to select all sheet cells.

To select all sheet cells, follow below given steps:-

  • Place your mouse in the first cell A1.
  • Press the key Ctrl+A on your keyboard.


  • The whole data will get selected.
  • To select the all cells in sheet, press Ctrl+A+A on your keyboard.

Another way to select the data is by pressingCtrl+Shift+* on your keyboard.


  • Press the key Ctrl+G, and ‘Go To’ dialog box will appear.


  • Click on Special.
  • Go to Special dialog box will appear.


  • Click on Current region, and then click on OK.


  • The Data will get selected.


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