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Hour 7. Excel 2002 Workbooks > Navigating in Excel

Navigating in Excel

Your mouse and arrow keys are the primary navigation keys used to move from cell to cell. Unlike Word, which uses an insertion point, Excel uses a cell pointer to show you the currently active cell. The active cell has a darkened border around it and accepts whatever data you enter next. As you press an arrow key, Excel moves the cell pointer in the direction of the arrow to a new cell, making the new cell the active one.

If you work with a rather large worksheet, you might find the Go To command useful. Press F5 to display the Go To dialog box where you can select a range of cells that you might have previously named or type a cell reference value such as C141 to jump to that cell.


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