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Is there a way to do this without using a mouse?

I'm in Google Sheets, with the focus on a specific cell, which already has content in it. I want the focus to move to the very end of the value in the cell so that I can start appending more content.

I've tried to find a way to do this without a mouse, but haven't found anything. It would sure save a lot of back and forth between keyboard/mouse.

  • Hi Tess, have you tried F2 + End? Double click right button mouse + End? – Jacob Jan Tuinstra Feb 11 at 20:55
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From what you described the shortcut you are looking for is ARROW DOWN (if the cell is active)

  • if the cell is not active: ENTER + ARROW DOWN
  • if the formula/content of the cell is on more rows: ENTER + END
  • also you can try F2 + ARROW DOWN
  • or ultimate shortcut F2 + END
  • hm thanks, but that just moves the focus to the cell one below the starting cell. i want to stay on the same cell, but have the focus be at the end of the content within the cell. – tess Feb 11 at 20:56
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    Thanks those are great! – tess Feb 11 at 23:17

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