If you have a Mac, press Command instead of Ctrl.
|Ctrl + c||Copy|
|Ctrl + x||Cut|
|Ctrl + v||Paste|
|Ctrl + s||Save|
|Ctrl + z||Undo|
|Ctrl + y||Redo|
|Ctrl + Shift + a||Go to previous worksheet.
(some keys like PageUp and Page Down cannot be used by web apps)
|Ctrl + Shift + z||Go to next worksheet.|
When on a cell
|Ctrl + project a cell (using the square handle or projection arrows)||In a non-formula cell, it copies values across instead of projecting them.
|Ctrl + Arrows||Pressing Ctrl and any arrow key, will take you to the last populated cell in that direction. If you are on an empty cell, it will find you the edge of the next filled cell.
When on a cell containing a natural name, they will act as shortcuts for the cell context menu (hover on the menu item to learn its shortcut):
|Ctrl + Shift + Arrows||Will extend your current selection to the last populated cell in that direction. You can always use Shift+Arrows to adjust your selection cell by cell.|
|Shift + Arrows||Select ranges.|
|F4 (on Windows)
Ctrl + d (on Mac)
|Will cycle through all the combinations of locked and unlocked references when you are editing a formula and the cursor is on a particular reference.
|Ctrl + k||Opens the cases panel|
|Ctrl + i||Opens the information panel|
|Ctrl + g||Opens the goal seek panel|
|Ctrl + f||Opens the format panel|