Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Entering Data into a Selected Range
Figure 2–23. Right now you’re in cell L18.
Now if you type a number and press Enter, you won’t descend down a row; rather, you’ll
shoot up to cell M18—the first cell in the second selected column:
Figure 2–24. Staying in range
That’s what it’s about. Press the Enter key after you enter each item in a selected range
and the white cell stays within the range bounds, rather than simply plunging down the
column as it normally does. And again, after you’ve entered all the data in the range,
click anywhere onscreen; the blue disappears, and the range is de-selected.