PROBABLY VERY EASY TO ANSWER

JonRowland

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  1. 365
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  1. Windows
I've written a very small macro which is used to enter text into a cell. After the text is entered I want the next cell down to be selected. I can't for the life think what the code should be for this.

Can anyone help.

ps. Using Range("a2").select as an example is no good as I could be anywhere in the spreadsheet.

Thanks

Jon
 

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tmischler

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Jun 17, 2004
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SOMETHING LIKE

ACTIVECELL.OFFSET(1,0).select

but can't say for sure cos can't test it due to probs with my computer. Give it a try...
 

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