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Excel arrow key scrolls the page, instead of moving thru cells

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How do i get my arrow keys on my keyboard to move up and down through my Excel sheet cells, instead of scrolling the page?

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zorvek (Kevin Jones) earned 740 total points
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If "SCRL" appears in the status bar press the Scroll Lock key (sometimes called "ScrLk") to turn off the scroll lock option. The Scroll Lock key is sometimes the same key as the Pause/Break key and is usually located in the upper right corner of the keyboard.

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