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Numbers Keyboard Shortcuts


You can use your keyboard to quickly accomplish many tasks in Numbers. To nd the shortcuts for common commands, look in the menus (or see the menu shortcuts below). To do an action, press the keys indicated below.

Support Resources
Numbers '09 Discussion Forums iWork '09 System Requirements

Related Shortcuts
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Moving around in a spreadsheet


Action
Scroll one screen up Scroll one page up (in Print View) Scroll one screen left Scroll one page left (in Print View) Scroll one screen down Scroll one page down (in Print View) Scroll one screen right Scroll one page right (in Print View) Scroll to beginning of sheet Scroll to end of sheet Go to previous sheet Go to previous sheet (if sheet is selected in Sheets pane) Go to next sheet Go to next sheet (if sheet is selected in Sheets pane)

Shortcut
Page Up

Option-Page Up

Page Down

Option-Page Down

Home End Command-Page Up Left Arrow or Up Arrow

Command-Page Down Right Arrow or Down Arrow

Moving around within text


Action
Move one character to the left Move one character to the right Move to line above Move to line below Move to beginning of current or previous word Move to end of current or next word Move to beginning of current line Move to beginning of current paragraph Move to end of current paragraph

Shortcut
Left Arrow Right Arrow Up Arrow Down Arrow Option-Left Arrow Option-Right Arrow Command-Left Arrow Option-Up Arrow Option-Down Arrow

Selecting text
Action
Select one or more characters

Shortcut
Click in front of rst character and drag across characters you want to select Double-click the word Triple-click in the paragraph Command-A Click in the text and Shift-click in another location in the text Shift-Right Arrow Shift-Left Arrow Shift-Option-Right Arrow Shift-Option-Left Arrow Shift-Command-Right Arrow Shift-Command-Left Arrow Shift-Up Arrow Shift-Down Arrow Shift-Option-Up Arrow Shift-Option-Down Arrow Shift-Command-Up Arrow or Shift-Home Shift-Command-Down Arrow or Shift-End

Select a word Select a paragraph Select all text within selected object Extend text selection

Extend selection one character to the right Extend selection one character to the left Extend selection to end of current word Extend selection to beginning of current word Extend selection to end of current line Extend selection to beginning of current line Extend selection to the line above Extend selection to the line below Extend selection to beginning of current paragraph Extend selection to end of current paragraph Extend selection to beginning of text Extend selection to end of text

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Select multiple words or blocks of text that aren't next to each other

Select the rst text you want and select additional text while holding down the Command key

Formatting text
Action
Show Font panel Make selected text bold Make selected text italic Underline selected text Delete previous character or selection Delete next character or selection Make font size bigger

Shortcut
Command-T Command-B Command-I Command-U Delete Del (not available on all keyboards) Command-plus sign (+) or Command-equal sign (=) Command-minus sign (-) Control-Command-plus sign (+) Control-Command-minus sign (-) Command-{ (left brace) Command-| Command-} (right brace) Option-Command-| Use arrow keys to move into hyperlink text Command-X Command-C Command-V Option-Shift-Command-V Option-Space bar Shift-Return or Control-Return Return

Make font size smaller Make text superscript Make text subscript Align text ush left Center text Align text ush right Align text ush left and ush right (justify) Edit hyperlink text without disabling hyperlink Cut Copy Paste Paste and match formatting of destination text Insert nonbreaking space Insert line break (soft return) Insert paragraph break

Manipulating objects
Action
Draw shape

Shortcut
Option-click Shapes in toolbar, choose a shape, and drag cross hairs on canvas Option-click Charts in toolbar, choose a chart, and drag cross hairs on canvas Select one object and press Command-A Select one object and press Command-Shift-A Command-click or Shift-click Shift-drag or Command-drag Arrow key Shift-arrow key Shift-Command-B Option-Shift-Command-B Shift-Command-F Option-Shift-Command-F Option-Command-G Option-Shift-Command-G Command-L Option-Command-L Command-D or Option-drag Shift-drag Drag handle Option-drag handle Shift-drag handle Option-Shift-drag handle

Draw chart

Select all objects on sheet Deselect all objects Select or deselect additional objects Add range to or remove it from selection Move selected object one point Move selected object ten points Send object to the back Send object one layer back Bring object to the front Bring object one layer forward Group objects Ungroup objects Lock objects Unlock objects Duplicate object Constrain movement of object to 45 Resize object Resize object from center Constrain aspect ratio when resizing object Constrain aspect ratio when resizing object from center Rotate object Rotate object 45 Rotate object around opposite handle (instead of center)

Command-drag handle Shift-Command-drag handle Command-Option-drag handle

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Rotate object 45 around opposite handle (instead of center) Turn off alignment guides Mask or unmask object Exit mask mode Reenter mask mode Open shortcut menu for selected item Exit text edit mode and select object

Shift-Command-Option-drag handle

Command-drag Shift-Command-M Return, Command-Return, Enter, or double-click Double-click masked image Control-click Command-Return

Working with tables


Action
Select all cell content in a table Select all cell borders in a table Delete selected table or border segment or contents of selected cells Constrain movement of table and snap to guides Move contents of selected cell to another cell, replacing its contents Copy contents of selected cell to another cell Extend selection from selected cell to another cell Select cell Add cell to or remove it from selection Edit content in cell Stop editing cell and select cell Select table Select a single border segment (if border selection is on) Select a long border segment (if border selection is on) Change single-segment selection to long-segment selection (if border selection is on) Add single or long border segment to selection (if border selection is on) Deselect single border segment (if border selection is on) Move selected long border segment to new position (if border selection is on) Move selected table, border, or long border segment one point Move selected table, border, or long border segment ten points Move selected table, border, or long border segment ten points Select next cell to the left, right, up, or down Extend cell selection by one cell Select next cell Add column to right side of table when "Return key moves to next cell" is selected Add new row at end of table when last cell is selected and "Return key moves to next cell" option is selected Add new row at end of table when last cell is selected and "Return key moves to next cell" option isn't selected Select previous cell Stop editing cells and select the table Insert a tab when editing cell Insert a line break (soft return) when editing text in a cell Insert a paragraph break (hard return) when editing text in a cell and "Return key moves to next cell" is selected Insert a paragraph break (hard return) when editing text in a cell and "Return key moves to next cell" isn't selected Open table formatting menu for selected table or cells Open Formula Editor to add a new formula

Shortcut
Select a cell and press Command-A Select a border segment and press Command-A Delete

Shift-drag table Drag selected cell by its border and release when other cell is selected Option-drag selected cell to the other cell Shift-click in the other cell or use Shift-arrow keys Click cell Command-click selected or unselected cell Select cell and click once, twice, or three times Command-Return Command-click a selected cell Double-click border segment of selected or unselected table Click the segment in a selected or unselected table

Click selection

Shift-click or Command-click unselected border segment Shift-click or Command-click selected single segment Drag selection

Arrow keys

Shift-arrow keys

Shift-arrow keys

Arrow keys (in cell selection mode) Shift-arrow keys (in cell selection mode) Tab Select last cell in row and press Tab

Return

Tab from last cell in table

Shift-Tab Command-Return Option-Tab Control-Return

Option-Return

Return

Control-click table

Select cell and type =

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Open Formula Editor to edit a formula In Formula Editor, save changes In Formula Editor, discard changes Edit value in cell with cell format

Double-click cell Return, Enter, or Accept button Escape, or Cancel button Double-click cell

Working with editable shapes


Action
Make custom shape editable Move a point of an editable shape Delete a point of an editable shape Add a point to an editable shape

Shortcut
Click the shape and then click again Click point and drag to another location Click point and press Delete Option-click the shape edge where you want to add a point Double-click the corner point

Change a corner point of an editable shape into a curved point Change a curved point of an editable shape into a corner point Reshape the curve of an editable shape

Double-click the curved point

Click a point on the curve and move the control handles

Using Print View


Action
Show pages in selected sheet

Shortcut
Option-Command-P

General
Action
Create new spreadsheet

Shortcut
Command-N (opens Template Chooser or template specied in Numbers preferences) Shift-Command-N Command-O Command-S Shift-Command-S Command-P Command-? Command-F Command-G Shift-Command-G Command-E Command-J Command-semicolon (;) Command-colon (:) Command-> Command-< Command-W Command-M Command-comma (,) Option-Command-I Command-R Shift-Command-L Shift-Command-C Command-H Option-Command-H Command-Q

Open Template Chooser Open existing spreadsheet Save Save as Print selected sheet Open Numbers help Find Find next Find previous Use selection for nd Scroll to found selection Check spelling Show spelling window Zoom in Zoom out Close window Minimize window Show preferences Show Inspector window Show document rulers Show layout Show Colors window Hide Numbers Hide other windows Quit Numbers

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