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    What key press takes me to the very bottom of the spread sheet? ALSO How can i automatically remove all cells surrounding data without using the hide option? I just want to display the contents, I want the irrelevant cells to be "hidden".

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    You mean the to the bottom of the used range? I use CTRL + UPARROW.

    When you say get rid of the surrounding cells, do you mean show only the cells with data in them and get rid of the 65000-odd rows and 250-odd columns?

    You can't delete them and the way to view only the cells you is to hide all of the other cells. (which is what you want to avoid it seems) Sorry.

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