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When I hit down arrow in Excel 2013, whole sheet goes down instead of going one cel down

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Hi,

When I hit down arrow in Excel 2013, whole sheet goes down instead of going one cel down.
The same for left up and right arrow buttons.

Please advise.
J.
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With respect to Keyboard, do you have Num Lock ON?  Try turning Num Lock OFF.

With respect to Excel, go to Programs and Features, click on Office and do a Full Repair (not quick repair).

Third, create a new, test Windows User Account (Profile) and try Excel in the new Windows Account on the problem computer. Test to see if the issue occurs in the new Windows Account.
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Hows stupid of me. Num lock indeed.
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@janhoedt  - No problem. We ALL make mistakes like that from time to time. Thanks and I was happy to help.
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