Need Excel equivalent to Lotus down, up, left right.

ddmld

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Joined
Mar 26, 2002
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Hello,

I would like to know what is the Excel equivalent to Lotus'down, up , left right.

Ex:
{up 3}
{left 4}
{down 5}

I am trying to write a macro to move the cursur in variable positions but this formula is my sticking point.
 

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Andrew Poulsom

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Jul 21, 2002
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Use the Offset method, which takes 2 arguments, Row and Column. So:

Activecell.Offset(1,0).Select

selects the next cell down

Use negatives for up and left.
 

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