cell pointer

cell pointer

[′sel ‚pȯint·ər]
(computer science)
A rectangular highlight that indicates the active cell in a spreadsheet program.
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Move the cell pointer directly to the right (cell E4).
Move the cell pointer to cell C58 and press the |is less than~r|is greater than~ key while holding down the |is less than~Alt|is greater than key to invoke the ranking macro.
After the text is in the spreadsheet, put the cell pointer on the first line of text data to be split and select /Data Parse Format-line Create.
The cell pointer is positioned over the cell to be edited and the information is entered using the arrow keys.
Once the macro is activated, the operator is prompted to position the cell pointer where data entry is to begin.
The cell pointer will automatically advance one row after data input.
As soon as the cell pointer moves to a new cell, the tool tip is hidden.
Position your cell pointer on any cell in the table on the Data worksheet.
Position your cell pointer at B12 of the Preparation worksheet.
Position your cell pointer on L5 of the Dashboard worksheet.
Move the cell pointer to the next section of data: Ctrl+[down arrow], Ctrl+[right arrow], Ctrl+[down arrow], and then [down arrow].