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Hi,

I once seen a collegue press Ctrl-Alt-L for filter, then he pressed some other keys to navigate along the to the column he wanted to filter on and then into that filter, does anyone know what these are
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To navigate to the column, press the arrow keys.

To get into the filter, press Alt + Down Arrow.

See this web page for more shortcuts: http://www.excelcampus.com/keyboard-shortcuts/filter-dropdown-menu-shortcuts/
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Ctrl + F is the Find key, so that could have been used, as well
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