How to Select Two Separate Columns in Excel on Mac

If while working on a Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet you want to select two separate (not adjacent) columns using your Mac/Macbook Keyboard and trackpad, you can try the below three easy steps.

  • Step 1: Open the Excel sheet on your Mac/Macbook.
  • Step 2: Now select the first column by placing your cursor on the column name e.g. A, B, C... (you will see a black down arrow cursor).
  • Step 3: Now while keep pressing the Command ⌘, move your cursor to the column name (e.g. A, B, C...) that you want to select the next and click.

In this way, you can select as many columns as you want.

Below is a GIF demo of how it's done.

Select Two Separate Columns in Excel on Mac

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