Howdy, I've just moved from Windows to Mac. I do a lot of spreadsheet work in MS Excel. I'm old-school (been a spreadsheet jockey for 15 years) and do not use the mouse when navigating through excel. Its all keyboard. But now I'm struggling with the mac. While there are a lot of keyboard shortcuts using the apple and option buttons, I can't find any way to mimic the keyboard commands in Excel for Windows. As an example, to open a file in Windows (besides ctl-o) you type alt-f-o. alt-f takes you to the file menu, then "o" opens the file open dialog box. While I can find the mac equivalent of ctl-o, I cannot find the mac equivalent of alt-f-o. As another example, to set column width in Windows, I'd type alt-o-c-w and then enter the width I want. alt-o opens the format menu, "c" selects column and "w" selects width. I cannot find the equivalent keyboard insructions to do the same on the mac. In short, I can find no keyboard command in excel for mac that gives me access to the menu bar and then allows me to follow with other key strokes to navigate through the menus. Can anyone PLEASE help. I cannot effectively use excel on the mac and will have to use it through parallels if I cannot create the same capability/experience on the mac. Thanks, Jeff.