How to quickly jump to a specific cell (A1) in Excel?
If there is a huge worksheet, while you want to go to a specific cell, for instance, cell A1, generally, you may scroll the sheet until the cell A1 displays which may cost much needless time. In this article, I introduce the tricks on quickly jumping to a specific cell in Excel.
If you want to quickly jump to cell A1 from anywhere of the sheet, you just need to hold Ctrl key, and press Home, then the cursor jumps to the cell A1 at once.
Jump to specific cell by Name box
If you want to jump to a specific cell, for instance, C14, you can apply go to the Name box which is left to the formula bar, and type the cell reference which you want to jump to, and press Enter key.
Jump to specific cell by Go To function
Also, you can apply the Go To function to quickly jump to a specific cell.
Press F5 key to enable the Go To dialog, then in the Reference textbox, type the cell reference you want to jump to, then click OK, then the cursor will jump to the cell you specify.
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