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Numbers - moving to end of row/column

by cruddell001 / February 25, 2011 1:30 AM PST

In Excel for Mac I can easily move to the end/beginning of a row/column using the command+arrow-keys as a shortcut. However, I haven't found a similar keyboard shortcut in Numbers for iWork. Does anyone know of a way to do this?

Thanks

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by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / February 25, 2011 7:59 AM PST

will give you a list of all of them.

However, I did not see one that matches your request


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Numbers - moving to end of row/column
by YrLtd / March 19, 2013 9:13 PM PDT

For columns: the Home (Fn-Left Arrow) and End (Fn-RightArrow) keys take you to the top and bottom of the column your cursor is in but, unlike Excel, the focus remains on the existing cell. Once the top/bottom of the column is visible, holding the shift key down while selecting that top (or bottom) cell selects everything from the focus cell to that top/bottom cell.

For rows: I haven't yet found an easy way to move to the start/end of a row. Maybe Numbers isn't really built for large datasets. It is probably more of a list manager (unfortunately).

Within Numbers, selecting Help>Keyboard Shortcuts gives a list of shortcuts.

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