Say that you click in cell A4 within your Excel worksheet and then you scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page to check on a number in row 20,187.

The quickest way to get back to your active cell in A4 is to press the CTRL + BACKSPACE on your keyboard!

Watch below if you don`t believe me…

Ctrl & Backspace

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