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mahen

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Hi How do we move the tab to next entry by passing the formula. In the example Yellow heighted fields are user entry and blue are formulas. Once use enter entry on E4 the cursor should move to E7 rather than to E5. Then E8 to E11 on so..... If code needed , please someone give.
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Hi,
I am sure whether you didn't understand my question, or no answer to my question so far?

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Well you could redesign your worksheet to do that?
Normally I would keep data entry and diaplay areas separate.?

Otherwise all I can think of is to use the Worksheet_Change event to do that.

In it's simple form just hard code the addresses. In a more flexible form, create a lookup table for source cell and target cell. That way you can amend to suit should the data entry suit.

https://www.thesmallman.com/vba-worksheet-change-events

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Hi How do we move the tab to next entry by passing the formula. In the example Yellow heighted fields are user entry and blue are formulas. Once use enter entry on E4 the cursor should move to E7 rather than to E5. Then E8 to E11 on so..... If code needed , please someone give.
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Mahen

Select all cells, then Lock Cells.

Then select only your yellow cells where numbers will be typed. Select Unlock Cells on them.

Then protect your worksheet, making sure you uncheck "Select locked cells" but leave "select unlocked cells" checked.
 

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I was having trouble submitting my reply and on the third try, forgot to attach this image that shows where (for me) is the easiest place on the Home ribbon to get to Lock/Unlock and Protect Sheet commands.

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Excellent. This work fine. Thank you
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