In Excel hitting Ctrl Y on the keyboard is the command you can use to create multiple new lines in a spreadsheet. In Excel online the Ctrl Y combination means "redo" Making commands like this between the two would be helpful.110 votes
Thank you for voting and providing feedback on Excel Web keyboard shortcuts.
We’ve merged all shortcuts related asks into this one.
The Excel team recently added a set of Excel shortcuts to the web version. All available shortcuts can be found in the Help tab → Keyboard shortcuts.
In addition, with the new ability to override browser shortcuts, you can now use even more Excel shortcuts in this version.
We are still working to address your feedback, and we will appreciate if you can comment here which Excel shortcuts are still missing for you in the web.
The Excel team.
Our group just recently started using OneDrive for collaboration of an Excel document that we use on a daily basis. However, when trying to edit the document in the Browser, only one color can be applied to a cell. When using Excel in a local file, you can have more than one font color in a single cell by highlighting the targeted words in the cell and then choosing a different color.
Recommendation: Make it possible to have multiple colors in a cell when editing an Excel document in browser like you can do in a local file.408 votes
Thank you for your continued feedback and responses. We are glad to updated that the work for this feature has started.
We’ll share more details as we progress.
It would be nice for links between spreadsheets on my One Drive to work.2,123 votes
Thank you for your continued feedback and responses. I am excited to let you know that the work for External Links for Excel on the web has started.
Microsoft Excel Team
Allow me to change regional settings: date formatting (mm/dd/yy, dd/mm/yy), thousands/decimal separators (period vs comma), formula language
Excel Online decides how to show dates and numbers and formulas based on where I live. I want to be able to choose how to display these Excel items. For dates, I might want mm/dd/yyyy, or I might want dd/mm/yyyy. My Excel formulas should be in the language of the application, and not based on where I live.568 votes
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