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  1. 3,190 votes
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    Thanks everyone for all of the passion about this suggestion! The number of votes has increased greatly in the last couple months and we’re taking notice! We’ve got a bunch of other Excel endpoints behaving this way already and we’re evaluating getting it done in the Windows versions sooner based on the number of votes it gets – so keep the votes coming!

    Eric Patterson (Program Manager – MSFT)

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    PN commented  · 

    @abby: So true!

    Perhaps the development teams are currently focusing more on the feedback, which is captured via the Send a smile/Send a frown within the Excel application itself?

    If we could get an option to change the default scrolling behavior it would make their product more ergonomic and our lives more convenient.

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    PN commented  · 

    Here a video, to demonstrate the undesired snapping behavior:
    https://youtu.be/JfOBXJxVdpY

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    PN commented  · 

    @Mark: My comment was not meant to be offending. I use Excel every other day myself and could not live without it. When working with cells that have long texts the snappy scrolling disrupts the eye focus and effectively makes it impossible to see lines, which go outside of the screen.
    Why is this item one of the top up-voted items on this page without any fix?

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    PN commented  · 

    I just got an update to Windows. I finally have visual effects, when I move my mouse over the calendar in the bottom right corner. Don't know how I was living without it. This Excel thing is really just for people who don't have any hobbies. Who uses Excel in this day and age anyhow and needs to work with text in cells? Thanks Microsoft for spending time on developing this spotlight background illumination thing, that will help me do my job much better and have a true impact in this world [irony].

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    PN commented  · 

    There should be an option in the menu to activate or deactivate the "snap to cell" scroll functionality. Then we can turn it off, if we are working with cells, which have lots of text inside.

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    PN commented  · 

    By default, VLOOKUP isn't case-sensitive. VLOOKUP just returns the first match, ignoring whether the text is in upper or in lower case. Please add an option to the VLOOKUP function to make it consider case. Having VLOOKUP be able to perform a case-sensitive lookup would help a lot.

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