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Old January 14th 05, 12:57 PM
Duncan Help
 
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The scroll bars at the side and bottom of my spreadsheet take me to much
lower then the bottom of my data now because I have recently made the
spreadsheet a little smaller. Is there a way to re-size these to better
reflect where the data is?

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Old January 14th 05, 01:48 PM
Jim Rech
 
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If you press Ctrl-End you'll go to the end of the "used range". You should
select and delete (Edit, Delete) the empty rows and column between that
point and the end of your data. Then save the workbook. The used range
should then be shrunk and the scroll bars should resize to reflect that.

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| The scroll bars at the side and bottom of my spreadsheet take me to much
| lower then the bottom of my data now because I have recently made the
| spreadsheet a little smaller. Is there a way to re-size these to better
| reflect where the data is?




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