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I am using a Google Form to insert data into a Google Spreadsheet.

Is there a shortcut to move to the last row where data is entered?

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"Is there any shortcut to move to the last row where data is entered?"

Ctrl + down arrow

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Ctrl+End too, I would think. (At least for this use case.) –  Al E. Jun 28 '13 at 12:36
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Ctrl+End doesn't seem to work, and Ctrl + down arrow does not jump to the last row where data is entered, but to the next row with a blank cell that follows. –  Franck Dernoncourt Aug 3 '14 at 0:40
    
Yes, if there's a blank cell inbetween, it will stop at that row. A workaround could be to move the cursor to a column that is always filled with data, like a timestamp column. –  Martin Hansen Aug 8 at 9:18

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