If I'm not editing a cell and just navigating in Excel, Ctrl + Shift + Down will correctly select a range of cells. Also, cannot click on the Close worksheet upper right when in this condition. The Find function also works, which suggests it does recognise values in cells. Browse other questions tagged or. What other methods do you use to move the selection. Bottom line: Learn how to create custom shortcuts to move the selection to an adjacent range.
Can anyone help with this, because I can't figure it out. I've been having a strange problem lately. On a laptop, the ScrLk, Pause, and Break functions are usually part of another key and are in blue text. Or, you scroll one column to the left or one column to the right. Make sure you remove any screws at the back of the screen hinges, and along the top above the battery housing you need a small posidrive screwdriver for this. Pan through a worksheet Hold down the wheel button, and drag the pointer away from the origin mark in any direction that you want to scroll.
When prompted to enter the password enter 266344. I have a sheet with a list of names on and I've noticed that when I use ctrl+F to use the find function, even when I know i have entered the correct name it still will not work. When all the screws are removed you can lift the keyboard up from the screen end and pull gently away from the touch-pad end. To slow down scrolling, move the pointer closer to the origin mark. Does anybody have any idea what might be going on here? And yet the Ctrl + arrow keys don't work.
While not often used today, the Scroll Lock key was originally intended to be used in conjunction with the to through the contents of a text box. To use the arrow keys to move between cells, you must turn Scroll Lock off. I've had the issue since upgrading to office 2016 as well. How do i do this? But, I have no idea how to change it back because I have no idea what I may have changed! For example, we can move the selection one column to the right using the following shortcut sequence: Shift+Right Arrow, Tab, Shift+Right Arrow That only works if one row or column is selected, and is a lot of keystrokes. All cells are formatted as general. But not Ctrl+Shift+Up or Down. And finally, if the trend continues at the same rate, how long it will take the number to reach a goal.
The first column of the table is a list of numbers. Do anybody has an idea how to recover this functionality? So my last result is asking the experts. Hi, Can someone please help? If a laptop is using two keys as one key, you must press the with the second key you want to use. However, if you press the arrow keys when Scroll Lock is on, you scroll one row up or one row down. Have you run a keyboard test on your computer? It may not be pretty or completely correct but seems to be working… Instead of: Selection.
I have experienced this situation numerous times since upgrading to Excel 2016 running on Win 7 Pro 64 bit. To Do this Scroll up or down a few rows at a time Rotate the wheel forward or back. It clearly tells us that the line is calling another macro. Not sure if this will help you, but I was having the same issue. Is there a way to copy each one - whether as a table or as text - into a single Excel cell without losing data? David Hi Jon, I recently switched to Office365 ProPlus, and in this version, when I use Shift+Arrow to select a range of data, the active cell no longer moves to the end of the selection, instead staying at the beginning of the range.
Moving the mouse in the opposite direction slows down the scroll speed. Likewise when I 'select all' the sheet does not become shaded. Then it gets really strange - when I have a cell highlighted and press any key to input text, it gets duplicated. You can open the clipboard and the paste will work, but there is no paste special option. I explain more in the video above.
This technique is great for selecting rows or columns that contain blank cells. Any suggestions would be most welcome. However if I'm trying to select a range of cells as an argument to a function in a formula, pressing Ctrl + Shift + Down saves the formula where it is if possible and then selects cells below the active cell. Excel randomly freezes the cell so I can't move it, but if I switch to another workbook and switch back, it works again. They will only scroll the page up and down and left to right. I had the same problem but this is what I did to fix the problem. I have many rows hidden via autofiltering at times and many times I may have whole columns hidden.
Thank you Hi guys, would really appreciate anyones help with this. This is probably an easy question for most of you, but it's killing me. In other words, they don't seem to work while I'm working in Excel. Scroll and zoom by using the mouse Some mouse devices and other pointing devices, such as the Microsoft IntelliMouse pointing device, have built-in scrolling and zooming capabilities that you can use to move around and zoom in or out on your worksheet or chart sheet. I would like to copy a small table from Word into one cell in an Excel worksheet.
For more information, see the instructions for your pointing device. It seems that all copy and pasting of formulas in my excel has been disabled. There are other ways to do this natively in Excel using a combination of shortcuts. I know i can move across and down using return key and tab but i want to be able to move up and backwards too. Not the answer you're looking for? All contents Copyright 1998-2018 by MrExcel Publishing. Running Excel 2013 on 64 bit Windows 10 machine.