I am really confused by what is going on with a macro I created to parse out space delimited files.

The macro runs successfully as long as I select the macros ribbon and the macro from the dialog box.

If I try to run it using a hotkey however, all that occurs is column A is highlighted then column B is highlighted, then it jumps back to highlighting column A.

I have tried several different hotkey combinations the current is `Ctrl`+`Shift`+`Y`.

The following is the macros code and any help would be appreciated.

```
Sub DLEligibleParse()
'
' DLeligibleparse Macro
' this utilizes the eligible list end positionseff 4-22-12
'
'
Columns("B:B").Select
Selection.NumberFormat = "0000000000000"
Columns("A:A").Select
Selection.TextToColumns Destination:=Range("A1"), DataType:=xlFixedWidth, _
FieldInfo:=Array(Array(0, 1), Array(13, 1), Array(43, 1), Array(45, 1), Array(80, 1), _
Array(115, 1), Array(150, 1), Array(185, 1), Array(220, 1), Array(222, 1), Array(231, 1), _
Array(266, 1), Array(301, 1), Array(336, 1), Array(371, 1), Array(373, 1), Array(382, 1), _
Array(385, 1), Array(402, 1), Array(455, 1), Array(490, 1), Array(525, 1), Array(527, 1), _
Array(536, 1), Array(539, 1), Array(549, 1), Array(559, 1), Array(564, 1), Array(579, 1), _
Array(581, 1), Array(596, 1), Array(598, 1), Array(610, 1), Array(622, 1), Array(640, 1), _
Array(655, 1), Array(670, 1), Array(687, 1), Array(702, 1), Array(717, 1), Array(734, 1), _
Array(749, 1), Array(764, 1), Array(781, 1), Array(796, 1), Array(811, 1), Array(828, 1), _
Array(843, 1), Array(858, 1), Array(875, 1), Array(890, 1), Array(905, 1), Array(922, 1), _
Array(937, 1), Array(952, 1), Array(969, 1), Array(984, 1), Array(999, 1), Array(1016, 1), _
Array(1031, 1), Array(1046, 1), Array(1063, 1), Array(1078, 1), Array(1093, 1), Array( _
1110, 1), Array(1125, 1), Array(1140, 1), Array(1157, 1), Array(1172, 1), Array(1187, 1), _
Array(1204, 1), Array(1212, 1), Array(1224, 1), Array(1225, 1), Array(1226, 1), Array( _
1227, 1), Array(1228, 1)), TrailingMinusNumbers:=True
Cells.Select
Cells.EntireColumn.AutoFit
Range("A1").Select
End Sub
```

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. Also, make sure there isn't another macro with the same shortcut. – CharlieRB May 16 '13 at 19:40