by Allen Wyatt
(last updated August 13, 2016)
At the bottom and right side of the worksheet there are scroll bars that control what part of the spreadsheet you are viewing at any given time. If you need more room to view a worksheet, or if you are using Excel without a mouse, you can turn them off. To control display of the scroll bars, follow these steps:
Figure 1. The View tab of the Options dialog box.
With the scroll bars turned off, you must use the cursor control keys to move through the worksheet.
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