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StewartCooke

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Hi

Does anyone know the most efficient way (in VBA) to set various points on a spreadsheet, such that, that point becomes the top left of the viewable area.

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Andrew Poulsom

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Like this?

Code:
Sub Test()
    Application.Goto Reference:=Range("G43"), Scroll:=True
End Sub
 

StewartCooke

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Cheers, thanks for that. It seems to have worked on the examples I've used it on so far.

Stewart
 
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