Jump Between Worksheets Without A Mouse


Q. Is there an easy way to move between worksheets in an Excel workbook without having to aim the mouse at those tiny tags on the bottom of the page?

A. You can move worksheets with the keyboard by using Ctrl+PgUp and Ctrl+PgDown. Ctrl+PgUp moves toward the first worksheet in the workbook and Ctrl+PgDown moves toward the last. However, when you reach the first or last worksheet, you have to switch directions: Excel doesn’t wrap to the opposite end of the workbook.

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