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Your report is due in an hour. You're working along in Excel, things are going fine, when suddenly you notice that you can no longer move around properly. You press the arrow keys, but instead of the cursor moving to another cell, the entire worksheet seems to be moving about.
Before you panic and call support to tell them Excel is broken, check to see if Scroll Lock has been accidentally enabled. What is Scroll Lock? Usually, the arrow keys will move you one cell at a time in whatever direction you wish. However, when Scroll Lock is enabled, the worksheet is 'scrolled' instead. The up and down arrow keys scroll one row up and down, and the right and left arrow keys scroll one column right and left. The active cell never changes. If you don't understand what's going on, this can be quite distressing:) Fortunately, the Scroll Lock setting is a toggle, much like Caps Lock.
If you have a Scroll Lock key on your keyboard, just press it toggle Scroll Lock off. No key for Scroll Lock? Unfortunately, it's harder to disable Scroll Lock if your keyboard doesn't have a Scroll Lock key. How can you press a key you don't have? The 'trick' is to figure out how to send the equivalent of the Scroll Lock keystroke to Excel.
The rest of this article explains how to do that on both Mac and Windows. Is Scroll Lock really on? First, make sure Scroll Lock is really enabled. You can do this by working with the, the name for the bottom edge of the Excel Window, which displays various information about the state of the current worksheet. On Windows, the status bar will display Scroll Lock if Scroll Lock is toggled on, and if the Scroll Lock status is enabled in the status bar. If Scroll Lock status is not enabled in the status bar, it might be toggled on and you'll never see it. Right click the status bar to make sure Scroll Lock status is enabled: The Scroll Lock setting here doesn't control Scroll Lock, it only displays Scroll Lock status.