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Control Page up/down doesn't move to other sheet

Posted on 2011-09-29
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Using Excel 2003 wth XP SP3.... I have one workbook that is function correctly in that pressing CNTRL Page Up/Down moves to the next/prior worksheet.  I have another Excel worbook that pushing the same buttons acts like I'm only pushing Page Up/Down.

Is there a setting per workbook to get this behavior to work correctly?
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Disregard... found it... "EnableRestrictions" was to xlUnlockedCells.... I changed it to Norestricted and all is working correctly.  I just bumped into that by mistake.  Go figure, would never have guessed.
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