Reset the scroll bar in Excel

I know this is a simple/stupid question but it is driving me crazy.  How do I reset the scroll bars on an excel spreadsheet so that it doesn't cover so many columns/rows.

All of my information on the sheet is in columns A-Q but my scroll bar takes me all the way to AFM.  So that my data only takes up like 2% of the scroll bars potential Space.

I don't need a macro just a one time GUI.

Excel 2010
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Drag this bar t0 the right.
Drag it
Steven CarnahanNetwork ManagerCommented:
Excel 2010 automatically adjusts the scrollbars however sometimes you need to do the following:

1. Go to the last column that contains data
           Ctrl+Shift+Right Arrow
2. Select all columns to the right
3. Select Edit/Clear/All from the top menu
4. Save the workbook
5. Exit Excel
6. Re-open Excel

This should reset the vertical scroll bar.  If you need to do the same for the horizontal scroll bar change step 1 to Ctrl+Shift+Down arrow and step 3 to select all the rows below.

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garyrobbinsAuthor Commented:
Worked Perfectly!! Thanks Pony!!
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