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How to prevent when pressing the arrow down key in Excel 2003 from automatically becoming a formula which adds the field above.
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Question by:Delores_C
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by:Kannan K
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Hi,

Its a behaviour of excel formula. It comes when you press after '=' symbol otherwise it won't

KK,
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by:Delores_C
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I am not putting the equal = sign, I am just pressing the down arrow.  If I hit the tab to go to the next field, it's ok, but if I hit the down arrow key, it automatically behave as if I put the sign.
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by:Delores_C
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I am now finding when I press the up and down arrow key, it is now moving up the page.  
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by:Kannan K
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Hi,

I think now you have pressed scroll lock key.

Kk,
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by:karunamoorthy
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have you solved the issue or give further details to assist you
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by:Delores_C
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where is the scroll lock key?  I am using a standard key board
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Kannan K earned 200 total points
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Hi,

It might be there in top right of the keyboard.

KK,
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