a simple but complex macro - 2002 excel HELP!

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CBeisiegel

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I need HELP !!!! I need a simple macro that will simply move the cursor around the spreadsheet ( right,left,up or down) without embedding the ending cell address in the macro itself !

EXAMPLE: Macro 1 - to move the cursor (up) 1 cell, to the (right) 2 cells and ( down) 1 cell. The key is, I need the macro to do this each and every time it is executed, in this pattern, no matter where it starts ( assuming it is not blocked by margin constraints )

PLEASE !!!!!!! I'm going crazy !

cheyenne
 
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Cheyenne:

Why would you need it to go UP once and then DOWN once?

Why not just move two to the right?
 

CBeisiegel

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Any movement where the macro does not embed the ending cell reference is the key. If you can move to the right 2 times, without having the cell address embedded, I could use that.

The movement I described was just an example.

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Sub MoveMe()

ActiveCell.Offset(-1, 0).Activate
ActiveCell.Offset(0, 2).Activate
ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Activate

End Sub

Get the idea?
 

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Thank you very much. I feel rather stuipd, but whats new, my wife gives me that "are you that stupid" look all the time.
 
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