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Jumping Around Folders in Excel

There are a few different ways to jump around folders in Excel. One way is to use the "Go To" command. To do this, press the "Ctrl" key and the letter "G" at the same time. This will open the "Go To" dialog box. In the "Reference" field, type in the address of the folder you want to go to. For example, if you wanted to go to the "Documents" folder, you would type in "C:\Documents".

Another way to jump around folders in Excel is to use the "Open" command. To do this, press the "Ctrl" key and the letter "O" at the same time. This will open the "Open" dialog box. In the "Look In" drop-down menu, select the drive that contains the folder you want to go to. For example, if you wanted to go to the "Documents" folder, you would select the "C:" drive. Then, in the file list, double-click on the folder you want to open.

You can also use keyboard shortcuts to quickly jump to specific folders. For example, if you wanted to go to your "Documents" folder, you could press the "Windows key + R", type in "%userprofile%\documents", and press Enter. Or, if you wanted to go to your "Downloads" folder, you could press the "Windows key + R", type in "%userprofile%\downloads", and press Enter.

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