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    Settings problems? (97)

    Hi All,

    Can anybody please tell me why data appears differently on different pc's. I have command buttons to take users to different sections of the workbook. On my pc the group of data starts at the leftmost side of the screen (say COLUMN AA1 if my code says goto AA1). On other user's screens the group of data starts in the middle of the screen (then the leftside of the screen starts on column S1).

    Is it different pc settings or how can I get the cursor to go to where I want it to go on all pcs.

    Please help quickly as I cannot go live with my system under these circumstances.

    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: Settings problems? (97)

    The Goto method has a Scroll parameter, which you should set to true.

    Otherwise, Printerdrivers can do very annoying things with screen appearance....
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    Re: Settings problems? (97)

    Thanks, but how do I do that?

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    Re: Settings problems? (97)

    Sub test()
    Application.Goto reference:=ActiveSheet.[a124], scroll:=True
    End Sub
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    Re: Settings problems? (97)

    Thank you very much Jan,
    Sorry it took so long to thank you but I was on leave for 2 weeks.

    Regards

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