Function F4 in Excel for Mac OSX

If you are an avid Microsoft Excel user and need to use ‘Absolute Cell References’ functionality in MS Excel on a Mac computer, then you will find that Fn+F4 key combination doesn’t work on OSX like it worked on Windows. The keyboard shortcut equivalent for Excel Absolute Reference in Mac is ‘Command + t’ or ‘⌘+t’.

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