NewDeal Hot Tip 1005

[Hot Tips for...] NewCalc

NewCalc, Find Your Place

Don't you wish when you started NewCalc that the cursor would be on the cell you last worked on before you closed NewCalc the last time? Of course you do, especially if you have a 440 row checkbook spreadsheet like me.

After getting tired of hitting page down repeatedly or trying to find the place with the scroll bar, I decided that I should just type the word END in the first column of the end of my spreadsheet. Now when I load my checkbook, I just choose Find from the Edit menu and type END. In a flash, NewCalc puts me where I want to be.

After I write a few more checks, I just put END again in the first column of a row just past the last filled cell before I exit the spreadsheet.

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Last Modified 28 Feb 1999