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Mike E Golding

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I have a macro which needs to go to "Ctrl/Home" into the cell A7 which is immediately below my Freeze Frame line. I am sure that I conquered it some years ago but I'm now totally lost...Any help would be appreciated.....Mike
 

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Mike

What do you mean by 'needs to go to "Ctrl/Home"'?

Do you just need to activate A7?
 
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Norie said:
Mike

What do you mean by 'needs to go to "Ctrl/Home"'?

Do you just need to activate A7?

Thanks so much for replying but I had a rare flash of brilliance (by my standards and rare in my case...lol). I have got it thanks again....Mike
 
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