How to reset last cell in Excel?
In sometimes, you may want to remove the blank rows and columns and reset the last cell of your worksheet for saving paper when printing. Here this tutorial introduces some tricks for last cell resetting in Excel.
In Excel, there is no utility can help you reset last cell. But you can find the last cell of the worksheet, then remove the rows and columns you needn’t.
1. Press Ctrl + End keys to find the last cell of the worksheet. See screenshot:
2. Then press Ctrl key to select the range cells you do not want to be printed.
3. Then click Home > Clear > Clear All. See screenshot:
4. Save current workbook with clicking File (or Office Button) > Save.
5. Then you can press Ctrl + End to check the last cell.
If you are familiar with VBA code, I will tell you a VBA code which can quickly reset the last cell of the current worksheet.
1. Press Alt + F11 keys simultaneously, and a Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window pops.
2. Click Insert > Module, then paste below VBA code to the popping Module window.
VBA: Reset last cell.
Sub ResetLastCell() ActiveSheet.UsedRange End Sub
3. Click F5 key or the Run button, then the last cell is reset.
Note: This VBA code cannot work when the blank cells are with cell formats.
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