I have not seen a single thread on this topic anywhere on the internet. Restart the notebook and the keyboard will be recognised again and the driver automatically installed. The picture shows what a Scroll Lock key with an may look like on a keyboard. I have a workbook that is having an issue with drop down menu's. Moving the mouse in the opposite direction slows down the scroll speed. Also how would i go about making it so that if they are trending upwards it shows an up arrow, and down arrow for downwards. Press the show key top right arrow.
For more information, see the instructions for your pointing device. Have you run a keyboard test on your computer? I know i can move across and down using return key and tab but i want to be able to move up and backwards too. To do that, press the Scroll Lock key labeled as ScrLk on your keyboard. Change the hour by using the number keys on the keyboard or by up and down arrow keys Use the right arrow key to select the minutes and change the hour by using the number keys or by using the up and down arrow keys Press the right arrow key again to choose the 12-hour or 24-hour format with the up and down arrow keys. If I open any spreadsheet on my computer, I can't copy and paste formulas, but do the exact same thing on the exact same spreadsheet on any other computer and it works no problem.
Excel randomly freezes the cell so I can't move it, but if I switch to another workbook and switch back, it works again. I'm guessing that your spreadsheet program doesn't have a cursor for the whole spreadsheet but a text entry cursor within the selected cell. . I hope to have soon a chance to use this. I am going to have 5 data points in cells such as A2:A6 All I need is to know if there is an upward trend or downward trend of the numbers. When I click anywhere trying to select a cell, or an excel menu item. I need to look up data from a cell on one Excel sheet, compare it to a list on a 2nd sheet and when they equal, take a value from a different column on the 2nd sheet and drop it back on the 1st sheet.
Running Excel 2013 on 64 bit Windows 10 machine. When I am working in a spreadsheet and moving around with arrow keys. If I'm in the excel window, I can click alt on the keyboard and the shortcut keys for the menu come up, but I can't go deeper than that by clicking the letter shortcuts, they do nothing. The key should no longer be blue when Scroll Lock is off. Any suggestions would be most welcome. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
It's quite annoying having to press each cell. Does anyone have any ideas how this could be fixed?? This has happened since I loaded it. If so, that's probably all that the arrow keys can control. When prompted to enter the password enter 266344. Scroll and zoom by using the mouse Some mouse devices and other pointing devices, such as the Microsoft IntelliMouse pointing device, have built-in scrolling and zooming capabilities that you can use to move around and zoom in or out on your worksheet or chart sheet. In addition, i can't click in the formula bar to edit it.
In fact, the line of code could be as simple as just the macro name. Or, you scroll one column to the left or one column to the right. Note: This article has done its job, and will be retiring soon. The Scroll Lock indicator on the status bar goes away when Scroll Lock is off. Hi all, I have several accumulated values from other spreadsheets on my spreadsheet and I'm combining and organizing them on mine.
Clicking over to a new tab or creating a new tab if one doesn't exist and then clicking back to the original tab does seem to restore cursor key functionality but that is a work around and not a resolution. For rows the Column Width copying would work perfectly — no restrictions whatsoever. It seems a bug related somewhere to the workbook to me and is very annoying. The percentage of the zoomed worksheet is displayed on the status bar. Each data point will be 1 week apart, with an ultimate goal needed to be achieved at the end. Example of Scroll Lock being used today is a good example of a software program that still uses this key. I will only ever filter the data with the left-hand most column.
Thanks We have a number of Excel users in our office who cannot copy and paste between Excel workbooks. The first column of the table is a list of numbers. While not often used today, the Scroll Lock key was originally intended to be used in conjunction with the to through the contents of a text box. The cursor keys at least on my Zaggmate keyboard can move the cursor within a given control but not move it outside of that. Can someone assist or can give some direction? I can turn scroll lock on and off no effect.