Smartsheet (Windows) keyboard shortcuts

Smartsheet (Windows)

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
60 days ago
- Shortcuts
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Ctrl + F1

Enter full screen

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Ctrl + F1

Exit full screen

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Ctrl + X

Cut

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Ctrl + C

Copy

You can copy data within a sheet in Smartsheet or between sheets. You can copy rows, cells, formulas, hyperlinks, and hierarchy.
NOTE: Copying a row does not copy its associated attachments or comments.
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Ctrl + V

Paste

TIP: If you've copied a multi-line cell in Excel or other program, double-click on the cell in Smartsheet before pasting it in to prevent the lines from spilling over into the cells below.
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Ctrl + S

Saves all unsaved information

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F2

Enters edit mode on selected cell

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Ctrl + Z

Undo the previous action since the last saved version

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Ctrl + Y

Redo the previous action since the last saved version

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Ctrl + D

Fill down

Select the cells that you want to fill. The cell containing the value that that you want to fill must be at the top of the selection.
TIPS:
This shortcut is useful when a column contains a formula that you want to use in every cell in that column.
Another way to use this feature by selecting and dragging the cell from its lower-right corner.
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Ctrl + K

Open the Hyperlink dialog for selected cell

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⤶ Enter

Open the Edit Widget dialog for the selected dashboard widget (when dashboard is in Edit mode)

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Ctrl + /

Open a Sheet

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Ctrl + F

Find information within a sheet

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + F

Open the Search dialog for advanced search options

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Ctrl + G

Display the Go To Row dialog to navigate to a specific row in the sheet

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Home

Go to the first cell of the current row

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End

Move to the last cell of the current row

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Ctrl + Home

Takes you to the top left cell of a sheet

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Ctrl + End

Takes you to the bottom right cell of a sheet

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Page Up

Moves you up in a sheet

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Page Down

Moves you down in a sheet

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Alt + F

Open the File menu

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Ctrl + ]

Indent the row (you will see the indent level in the Primary Column only)

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Ctrl + [

Outdent the row (you will see the indent level in the Primary Column only)

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Ctrl + ⤶ Enter

Inserts a carriage return or line break in Text/Number cells

NOTE: In order to see the carriage returns in the sheet, apply wrap formatting to the cell by clicking the Wrap Text button on the toolbar at the top of the Smartsheet window.
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Ctrl + I

Italic

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Ctrl + U

Underline

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Ctrl + B

Bold

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Alt + 0 then 1 then 4 then 9

Inserts a bullet point in the cell

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Insert

Inserts a row above the selected row

NOTE: To insert multiple rows at once, press Shift and select multiple row headers, then select Insert.
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Ctrl + Space

Selects the entire column of your active or selected cells

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift +

Highlight all rows/cells above the row/cell you selected

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift +

Highlight all rows/cells below the row/cell you selected

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↑   Shift + Space

Selects the entire row of your active or selected cells

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Space

Display or remove a checkbox, star, or flag in the selected cell

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Ctrl + E

Open the Edit Row dialog

The following shortcuts work in cells of the Date column type.
Note that these abbreviations currently work only for English terms.
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T

Inserts today's date

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+ then Number

Enters a date n days from today’s date

For example, if today’s date is 12/11/17, pressing +3 will enter 12/14/17.
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- then Number

Enters a date n days before today’s date

For example, if today’s date is 12/11/17, pressing -3 will enter 12/8/17.
Type sun, mon, tue, wed, thurs, fri or sat: The date corresponding to the day of the week in the current week
For example, if today’s date is 12/11/17, typing “sun” will return 12/10/17.
Type yes: Yesterday's date
Type tom: Tomorrow's date
Type last week: The current date -7 days
Type next week: The current date +7 days
mmm dd, where mmm is a series of letters representing a month and dd is a series of numbers representing a day: The date of the entered string. For example, typing Dec 17 in the year 2019 will return 12/17/19.
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Ctrl + L

With the insertion point positioned on the column name in the formula, creates an absolute reference (cell reference lock)

Inserts $ before the column name (horizontal cell reference lock)
=COUNT($[Order Number]4:[Order Number]6)
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Ctrl + L then L

Inserts $ after column name (vertical cell reference lock)

=COUNT([Order Number]$4:[Order Number]6)
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Ctrl + L then L then L

Inserts $ around column name (full cell reference lock)

=COUNT($[Order Number]$4:[Order Number]6)
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Select card

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Space

Expand or collapse card

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⤶ Enter

Open the Edit Row dialog

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↑   Shift + ⤶ Enter

Add a card (enter a title and press Enter again to add the card)

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Ctrl + F6

Move focus forward to the next accessible region

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + F6

Move focus backward to the previous accessible region


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Program information

Program name: Smartsheet (Windows) Smartsheet (Windows) (Productivity)

Smartsheet is a software as a service offering for collaboration and work management, developed by Smartsheet Inc. It can be used to collaborate on project timelines, documents, calendars, tasks, and other works. The software was initially released on 2006.

Web page: smartsheet.com/marketplace/par...

How easy to press shortcuts: 82%

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Updated: Updated program information. (2 updates.) 11/28/2022 2:37:28 PM New program added.
11/28/2022 2:39:05 PM Updated program information.

Shortcut count: 49

Platform detected: Windows or Linux (not macOS)

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