Alternatively referred to as Control Home and C-Home, Ctrl+Home is a shortcut key that moves the cursor to the end of a document.
Ctrl+Home in Excel and other spreadsheet programs.
Ctrl+Home in Word and other word processors.
What does Ctrl home do?
The Home key is primarily used to return the typing cursor to the beginning of the line on which you’re currently typing. This key returns may also move the cursor to the beginning of a document, web page, or cell.
What is Ctrl home in Excel?
Ctrl+Home moves the cursor to the Home position—that is, the beginning of the document. In Excel, Home moves the cursor at the current cell address (e.g., K19) to the beginning of that line or row.
What is the relationship between Ctrl Home and Ctrl End?
Tapping End moves your cursor to the end (natch) of a line, while Home moves it to the beginning. Ctrl-Home and Ctrl-End, meanwhile, jump you to the top and bottom of your document, respectively.
What is Ctrl home on a Mac?
Therefore, the best practice is to use the dedicated Home key on your keyboard. If you do not have a dedicated Home key on your keyboard, use Ctrl + Shift + Numpad 7/Home. This behavior is the same as in the live Office version. On a Mac, you may use the shortcut FN + Left Arrow key.