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Comment afficher la cellule active en haut à gauche de l'écran Excel?

Parfois, vous voulez simplement que la cellule active s'affiche en haut à gauche de l'écran Excel comme illustré ci-dessous. En général, vous pouvez faire glisser la barre de défilement vers le bas manuellement pour terminer ce travail, mais ici, j'introduis un code VBA pour faire défiler rapidement la cellule active en haut à gauche de l'écran Excel.

doc cellule active en haut à gauche 1
doc flèche vers le bas
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Afficher la cellule active en haut à gauche avec le code VBA


Afficher la cellule active en haut à gauche avec le code VBA

Pour utiliser le code VBA pour afficher la cellule active en haut à gauche de l'écran, vous pouvez procéder comme suit:

1. Cliquez sur une cellule que vous souhaitez afficher en haut à gauche et appuyez sur Alt + F11 clés pour activer Microsoft Visual Basic pour applications fenêtre.

2. Cliquez insérer > Module, et copiez et collez le code ci-dessous dans le script vide.

VBA: Scoll cellule active en haut à gauche

 Sub TopLeft()
Application.Goto ActiveCell, Scroll:=True
End Sub

doc active cell top left 3

3. Press F5 key to run the code, then the active cell has been gone to top left of screen.


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Thank you so much for the info. I have spent 3 hours looking up in books and googling to find a way to get a range of cells sitting at t3 through x42 to appear in the top left (A!) position on a button click. I got every answer but the right one, until now. The scroll did it for me. You are the only one who understands a question properly (or at least my questions). This site is now bookmarked at the top of the list.
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Hi! This is exactly what I'm looking for, but I'm looking to work it with Google Sheets, not Excel. Do you know what the code would be for G-Sheets? I can't figure out how to translate it to make it work there. Thank you!
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