105 Shortcuts for Apple Numbers

Jump to: Formatting and Editing Shortcuts, General Shortcuts, Navigation Shortcuts, Moving Around Text, Text Selection, Object Manipulation, Table Editing

1. Formatting and Editing Shortcuts

Command+T+

Display font panel

Command+B

Bold

Command+I

Italic

Command+U

Underline

Command++/Command+-

Font Zoom in/Zoom out

Command+{

Align text left

Command+}

Align text right

Command+Option+|

Align text justify

Del

Delete previous character

Del forward

Delete next character

Ctrl+Command++

Superscript

Ctrl+Command+-

Subscript

Arrow Keys

Edit Hyperlink without disabling

Command+C/Command+X/Command+V

Copy/Cut/Paste

Command+Option+Shift+V

Paste and match formatting with destintion text

Return

Insert paragraph break

Option+Spacebar

Insert nonbreaking space

Shift+Return/Ctrl+Return

Insert line break

2. General Shortcuts

Command+N

New spreadsheet

Command+Shift+N

Open template chooser

Command+S

Save spreadsheet

Command+O

Open existing spreadsheet

Command+Shift+S

Save as

Command+P

Print selected spreadsheet

Command+F

Find

Command+G

Find next

Command+Shift+G

Find previous

Command+E

Use selection for find

Command+J

Scroll to find selection

Command+;

Spelling check

Command+:

Spelling window

Command+>

Zoom in

Command+W

Close window

Command+M

Minimize window

Command+,

Show preferences

Command+Option+I

Show inspector window

Command+R

Show document rulers

Shift+Command+L

Display layout

Command+Q

Close numbers

Command+Option+H

Hide other windows

Command+H

Hide numbers

Command+Shift+C

Show colors window

3. Navigation Shortcuts

PgUp

Scroll one screen up

PgDn

Scroll one screen down

Option+PgUp

Scroll one screen left

Option+PgDn

Scroll one screen right

Home

Go to beginning of spreadsheet

End

Go to end of spreadsheet

Command+PgUp

Go to previous spreadsheet

Command+PgDn

Go to next spreadsheet

Left Arrow/Up Arrow

Go to previous sheet if selected in sheets pane

Right Arrow/Down Arrow

Go to next sheet if selected in sheets pane

4. Moving Around Text

Arrow Keys

Move around characters

Option+Left Arrow

Move to beginning of current/previous word

Option+Right Arrow

Move to end of current/next word

Command+Left Arrow

Move to beginning of line

Command+Right Arrow

Move to end of line

Option+Up Arrow

Move to beginning of paragraph

Option+Down Arrow

Move to end of paragraph

5. Text Selection

Command+A

Select All

Double Click

Select a word

Triple Click

Select a paragraph

Shift+Left Arrow

Extend selection of a character to left

Shift+Right Arrow

Extend selection of a character to right

Click+Drag across character

Select characters

Click and Shift+Click at other location

Select text between the Click locations

Shift+Option+Right Arrow

Extend selection to end of current word

Shift+Option+Left Arrow

Extend selection to beginning of current word

Shift+Command+Right Arrow

Extend selection to end of current line

Shift+Command+Left Arrow

Extend selection to beginning of current line

Shift+Up Arrow

Extend selection to the line above

Shift+Down Arrow

Extend selection to the line below

Shift+Command+Down Arrow/Shift+End

Extend selection to end of text

Shift+Command+Up Arrow/Shift+Home

Extend selection to beginning of text

6. Object Manipulation

Option+Click Shapes

Draw Shapes

Option+Click Charts

Draw Charts

Select one object and Command+A

Select all object

Select one object and Command+Shift+A

Deselect all object

Arrow Keys

Move object one point

Shift+Arrow Keys

Move Object ten points

Command+Click

Select additional objects

Shift+Click

Deselect additional objects

Option+Command+G

Group objects

Object+Shift+Command+G

Ungroup objects

Command+L

Lock objects

Option+Command+L

Unlock objects

Command+D

Duplicate objects

Drag

Resize object

Option+Drag

Resize from center

Command+Drag

Rotate

Command+Shift+Drag

Rotate 45 degree

Command+Shift+M

Mask/Unmask objects

Return

Exit mask mode

Ctrl+Click

Open shortcut menu for selected item

Command+Return

Exit text edit mode

7. Table Editing

Select a cell and Command+A

Select all cell contents

Select a border and Command+A

Select all cell border

Del

Delete selected table contents

Click cell

Select cell

Tab

Select next cell

Shift+Tab

Select previous cell

Command+Return

Stop editing cells and select table

Option+Tab

Insert a tab when editing cell

Ctrl+Click

Open table formatting menu

Double Click cell

Open formula editor to edit a formula

Created by rank17 on 2/27/2017. Last updated by guest on 1/1/2010

 

2 Comments for 'Apple Numbers '   

 
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Comment #2 by Sam Oct 8, 2020 at 07:25 pm  Reply

Is there a way to make the Enter key move to the next cell RIGHT, not down?

Comment #1 by E.B.Warren Aug 18, 2020 at 10:36 am  Reply

Is there a keyboard shortcut for moving between worksheets in a workbook?

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