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MS Excel for Mac has quite different shortcut keys than Excel for Windows. Is there any comparison table?

Rather than this http://mac2.microsoft.com/help/office/12/en-us/excel/item/64766a97-9258-4f78-9feb-2742ce769041

I want a table such as

Windows  Mac
F4      Ctrl+T   (Cell reference lock)
F2      Ctrl+U   (Cell edit)
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// means line break. I meant to make it look like a table but it won't work. –  user67275 Mar 23 '13 at 15:42
    
Why -1. Seems like a reasonable question. –  Sherwood Botsford Mar 23 '13 at 16:23
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There is a side-by-side Excel shortcut guide here: https://exceljet.net/keyboard-shortcuts

It's not in exactly the same format as above, but it's close.

Full disclosure: this is a resource that I created.

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I can only recommend to you to download the free Mac app Cheatsheet. It will show you a table with all relevant shortcut keys in any program when holding down the command key for 2 seconds.

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