[mso] Re: (ctrl end) function in excel question

  • From: David Shrum <aq392@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2007 16:51:10 -0400

I'm not sure if you have already done this to get rid of the un-wanted 
cells, but this is what I do, I click with my mouse where I want to 
start to delete and while I am holding the button down, drag to the end 
of what I want to get rid of, then in the highlighted area, right (or 
secondary) click and choose delete from the pop-up menu, that usually 
works for me.
Dave N8PU

Maryann Maciejewski wrote:
> If for example I had 500 rows in my excel file and every other row was had 
> nothing in any cells in  those rows.
> I then do a sort and all those rows with no info fall to the end of the 
> file, and I delete them (250)
> When I hit cntrl end it still takes me to that last cell in row 500.
> Even if you delete those empty rows is still remembers row 500 last cell.
> I want it to recognize row 250 last cell on cntrl end.
> Is there a way to work get excel to do this?
> Maryann
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