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Answer to FAQ

Hello Don,
Scroll lock works in spreadsheet programs like Excel or Lotus. 
 
When scroll lock is off and you are in Excel, when you tap the arrow keys on your keyboard, your cursor's position will move in the direction that you are tapping.
 
When you tap the scroll lock key you turn it on.  Now when you tap the arrow keys, the entire excel sheet will move instead of your cursor's position.
 
Give it a try, open Excel or whatever spreadsheet program you have and give it a try.  This key is a throw back from old technology and is more of a nuisance these days.
 
Hope this helps.

 

 

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