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weh2oski

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can the tab key be set to go from k12 to k14 to n14 and so on thru a document
 

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If you unlock the cells you want data entered in(Format>Cells>Protection Tab) and then protect your WorkSheet, the TAB key will move only to the Unlocked Cells
 

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