Click Change PC Settings. Select Ease of Access > Keyboard. Click the On Screen Keyboard slider button to turn it on. When the on-screen keyboard appears on your screen, click the ScrLk button.
Right-click anywhere in the bottom menu bar, and then select Scroll Lock from the context menu. By clicking on it, the feature will become either enabled or disabled without having to use the keyboard shortcut. Voila! You're one!
The Scroll Lock key on a laptop is often a secondary function of another key, located near the Backspace key. If a laptop uses two keys as one key, you must press the Fn key with the second key you want to use. On a laptop, the Scr Lk, Pause, and Break functions are usually part of another key and are in blue text.
Press Fn + C. This is the key combination for Scroll Lock.
Scroll Lock on keyboards without a Scroll Lock key
Fn + S or Fn + F6 on certain Dell laptops. Fn + C or Fn + K on certain Lenovo laptops. Fn + C on certain HP laptops.
In most cases, users can't scroll down Excel spreadsheets because there are frozen panes within them. To unfreeze panes in Excel, select the View tab. Click the Freeze Panes button. Then select the Unfreeze panes option.
The official Microsoft shortcut for Scroll Lock is Shift + F14. If you have an extended keyboard with an F14 key, try that first.
If your keyboard has a key labeled as Scroll Lock or ScrLk key, just press it to turn Scroll Lock off. Done :) As soon as you do this, Scroll Lock will disappear from the status bar and your arrows keys will move from cell to cell normally.
All you need to do to turn it on is press the Scroll Lock key (which might appear as the "ScrLk" key or the "scr lk" key), which is typically at the top of the keyboard. When you enable the Scroll Lock, a notification appears in the status bar at the bottom-left side of the Excel window.
Scroll: Place two fingers on the touchpad and slide horizontally or vertically. Zoom in or out: Place two fingers on the touchpad and pinch in or stretch out.
If Scroll Lock is on, the “ScrLk” key on the right side of the on-screen keyboard displays in blue. Click the “ScrLk” key to turn off Scroll Lock. The key should no longer be blue when Scroll Lock is off. The Scroll Lock indicator on the status bar goes away when Scroll Lock is off.
When Scroll Lock is turned on, you can use the arrow keys to scroll through the worksheet without changing the active cell. Excel displays Scroll Lock in the status bar.
Press Fn + C. This is the key combination for Scroll Lock. I found this out by mistake when trying to press CTRL+C, as I have Fn and Ctrl reversed and sometimes forget that if I look down at the keyboard.
Fn + K: This key combination has the same function as the ScrLK or Scroll Lock key on a conventional external keyboard.
Turn off Scroll Lock on your keyboard
Look at your keyboard and see if you can find a Scroll Lock key (which might be abbreviated, such as SCRLK). If it has an illuminated status light, press the key to turn off the light. Then try Excel again. With luck, this solved your problem.
Switch to the Touchpad tab (or Device settings if the tab is absent) and click on the Settings button. This will open the Properties window. Expand the MultiFinger Gestures section, then make sure the box next to Two-Finger Scrolling is checked. If the box is empty, simply click on it to enable it.
You can use your keyboard to zoom in or out. This method works in many applications and web browsers. Click anywhere on the Windows desktop or open the webpage you want to view. Press and hold the CTRL key, and then press either the + (Plus sign) or - (Minus sign) to make objects on the screen larger or smaller.