Tabbing through a form.

lizard

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I have several office forms on excel spreadsheets that are used as common office forms. But it is very difficult to tab through them since there are so many empty cells. Is it possible to set it so that I can tab to the next cell that requires information without going through all the empty cells or point to the cell I want with the mouse?
 

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daniels012

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Here is some code you can attach to a button. Hit the button and it takes you to another section of the sheet.

Sub GotoList()
'
' GotoList Macro
' Goto next area
'

'
Range("E5").Select
ActiveWindow.SmallScroll Down:=39
Range("A49").Select
End Sub


When you are in cell E5 and then hit the button, it would take you down to cell A49

Hope this helps,
michael
 

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