Excel Marquee not marching

Using MS Office 2013 (Windows 7 - 64 bit), Excel stopped being able to use cntrl c & cntrl v yesterday.  I've removed my personal macro workbook in case there was a conflict. I can now use Cntrl C and Cntrl V however the marquee or marching ants when I cntrl c do not go away after pasting and they no longer march around the cell at all (stationary ants).  I can use esc or enter to paste and the marquee goes away.  Is there away to fix it back to how once it was or is this a new feature suddenly pushed?  Any help appreciated as I spend 99.99% of my time in Excel.  Thanks
Sandra FrongilloSenior Business AnalystAsked:
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
When pasting with Ctrl V the marching ants should stay, that is correct/default behaviour for Excel as the copied cells will still be on the clipboard. Pressing enter to paste or Esc to abandon copy will get rid of the marching ants as you are seeing.

As for the ants not actually marching, maybe that is a video display driver or memory issue.

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