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Is there a way in Excel to go to a specific row number? For example I need to find an alternate way to not have to scroll but rather can immediately go to row # 3000

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There is a little box next to the formula bar in your toolbar, if you are in the first cell and row it should read A1, so to go to row 3000 type A3000 and press enter

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Ctrl-G > Specific row (38:38), column (C:D), cell (eg. A1) or range (eg. range1) > Enter

Note: Ctrl-G is hotkey of Edit > Goto


Alternatively, as mentioned by muscletech, the little box next to formula bar is another option. Similarly, you can specify row, column, cell or range there.

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Thanks! That is very helpful as well. –  Shades Jun 23 '12 at 2:51
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I would vote you up if I could –  Shades Jun 26 '12 at 14:28
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