For the ???Three Ways to Control Excel Cursor Movement??? I can add a fourth way to move the Excel cursor that has proven to be useful in certain circumstances.
If you are entering multiple lines of information across multiple columns ??? enter the information in the left-most column then use the key to advance to the next column on the right. ???This is important??? ??? As long as you continue to use the key while going to the right, when you???re done entering data for that particular line or row, you can press the Key for the last entry in the row and the cursor will step down to the next row and all the way to the left ??? back to the first column ??? allowing you to begin the next line of information using a minimum of keystrokes.
This might take a little getting used to???. But once you do it, you???ll find it very useful and it offers an economic keystroke alternative for entering data across a spreadsheet.
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