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Going to the Corners of a Selected Range in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can go about this:

  1. You can use the mouse to select the range that you want to go to the corners of. To do this, click and hold the left mouse button down while you drag the mouse over the range. When you release the mouse button, the range will be selected.
  2. You can also use the keyboard to select a range. To do this, press and hold the Shift key while you use the arrow keys on your keyboard to select the range. For example, if you wanted to select a range that was two cells wide and three cells tall, you would press and hold the Shift key while you pressed the right arrow key twice and then pressed the down arrow key three times.
  3. Once you have the range selected, you can use one of two methods to go to the corners of the selection:
    1. Method 1: You can press and hold the Shift key while you press one of the arrow keys on your keyboard. For example, if you wanted to go to the top-left corner of your selection, you would press and hold the Shift key while you pressed the up arrow key. If you wanted to go to the bottom-right corner of your selection, you would press and hold the Shift key while you pressed both the down arrow key and then the right arrow key.

    2. Method 2: You can also click in one of the corners of your selection with your mouse. For example, if you wanted to go to the top-left corner of your selection, you would move your mouse cursor to the top-left corner of your selection and then click once with your left mouse button.


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The above instructions are for Microsoft Excel 2010. The steps may be slightly different in other versions of Excel.


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