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The Excel Skin makes it easy to be proficient and efficient in Excel for Mac.

Powerful shortcuts. At your fingertips.

Time-saving shortcuts are presented on a comfortable keyboard skin.

Shortcut and modifier keys are color-coded, so even advanced combinations clear and easy to execute.

Battle-tested. Banker approved.

Featured shortcuts are vetted by power-users and professionals. Categories include formulas and functions, formatting, navigational efficiencies, and menu selection. You won’t just save time, you’ll be learning from the pros.


  • Time-saving shortcuts handpicked by power users
  • Color-coded modifier and shortcut keys
  • Compatible with all 13”+ Apple laptops and standalone keyboards
  • Works with US and ISO keyboard layouts
  • Super-thin silicone with anti-dust coating
  • Protects your keyboard from dust, debris, and spills
  • Easy to clean with soap and water
  • Endorsed by MBA students, financial professionals, and businesses

Excel Skin



"I found more shortcuts for Excel than I would ever have known. 1st class and fits perfectly." -Geoff

A must have for MBAs

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"I had no idea all these shortcuts existed in Mac Excel! I'm working twice as fast now. Plus the Excel Skin saved my computer from an errant Miller High Life last night." -Stephen, Sales Executive and Columbia MBA

Works on my UK keyboard!

"The Excel Skin fits my UK keyboard too! Cheers!" -Matt, Harvard MBA

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The Excel Skinny Blog

Using Logical Formulas in Microsoft Excel

September 28, 2016

How do you compare data in Microsoft Excel? Logical Formulas! Excel uses logical operations to ease the pain in comparing data. These formulas will return... Read More

Find the closest match with the VLOOKUP function.

August 17, 2016

In previous blog posts we learned how to use the VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP functions to find exact matches in a table. Today we are going... Read More

Using the HLOOKUP function on a Mac

August 11, 2016

So we’ve covered how to execute a VLOOKUP function, but what about a HLOOKUP?  HLOOKUP is the same function as VLOOKUP, only horizontal.  Note, the... Read More

Pricing Calculator

July 27, 2016

Microsoft Excel provides the perfect platform for an on-demand pricing calculator.  Instead of fumbling with your calculator while you're on the phone with a prospect,... Read More