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Excel: Selecting an Array of Cells

Last reviewed: October 31, 1994
Article ID: Q43847


In Microsoft Excel versions 3.00 and 2.20, you can select an array of cells by holding down the COMMAND and SHIFT keys while double-clicking any cell in the array.

In versions of Excel earlier than 2.20, you can select an array of cells by double-clicking a cell without holding the COMMAND or SHIFT keys.

Excel 3.00 reserves double-clicking for link navigation, formatting, and cell notes. In Excel 2.20, double-clicking a cell is reserved for selecting cell notes if there are any applied to that cell.

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Additional reference words: 2.20 3.00

Last reviewed: October 31, 1994
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