If you want to open the offfice assistant in Microsoft Excel what key do you press?
Press the key combination Alt - H - O and it will open if it is in the version if Excel you have.
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There are lots of keys and key combinations that will work. You can press the Enter key. You can press the Return key. You can press the Ctrl-Enter combination. You can use the Page Up and Page Down keys. You can use the Home key. You can use the End key. You can use any of the arrow keys, if what you are typing in is not a formula.
You could press the F11 key which will automatically create a chart based on the default settings. You are better to start the Chart Wizard, so that you can choose what kind of chart that you want. You can click on the Insert tab or Insert menu, depending on the version of Excel you have, and start from the options that are there.
In Excel, the F2 key allows you to edit within a cell. Select a cell and press F2 to begin editing the cell contents. If F2 does not work for you, check your keyboard, the F2 key may not be active. Many keyboards have multiple functions for keys, as indicated by something printed on the top and on the front of the key.
You should need to simply: Save your work, if you wish. Pressing Ctrl+S (Hold Control while you press the S key) is the easiest way to do this. Click the X at the top right corner of the window, or press Alt+F4. If Excel opened a blank spreadsheet as well as one you opened, then it may ask if you want to save spreadsheet1. Assuming there is nothing on it, you may click "No", or…