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SetCursorPos to a Cell

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    SetCursorPos to a Cell

    I am wondering if I can set the cursor position to a specific cell, for example:
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    But obviously that code doesn't work because it is looking for screen coordinates. Is there a way I can tell it to not look for screen coordinates but instead use a cell as a reference?
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    Re: SetCursorPos to a Cell

    You mean like: ActiveSheet.Range("A3").Select

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    Re: SetCursorPos to a Cell

    Yes except I am using a function that moves the mouse pointer, nothing to do with selecting a cell

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    Re: SetCursorPos to a Cell

    perhaps if you included a link to your other posts your question would not appear to be so cryptic.
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