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Jumping To a Specific Page in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can jump to a specific page in Excel. One way is to use the Go To feature. To do this, click on the Home tab, then click on the Find & Select button. A drop-down menu will appear and you should click on Go To. A dialog box will appear and you can enter the number of the page that you want to go to in the Reference field. Then click on the OK button.

Another way to jump to a specific page is to use the Name Box. The Name Box is located next to the formula bar. You can type the number of the page that you want to go to in the Name Box and then press Enter on your keyboard. The page that you typed in will be highlighted.

You can also use the scroll bars to scroll through your document until you reach the page that you want to go to. If you know approximately where the page is located, you can click on the down arrow on the vertical scroll bar or the right arrow on the horizontal scroll bar. Keep clicking until you reach the desired page.

If you have a lot of pages in your document, another way to quickly jump to a specific page is to use thumbnails. To do this, click on View and then select Thumbnails from the drop-down menu. This will display small images of each page in your document. You can then click on the thumbnail of the page that you want to go to.

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