Did you know that if, in a large worksheet, you drag the cursor-that is, you click in cell A20, for example, hold the mouse button down and then drag the cursor beyond the bottom of the worksheet, into the area of the tabs or over the scrollbars-the worksheet scrolls. But did you know that the farther away the cursor is from the window the faster is scrolls?

If you resize the Excel application window (here you see part of my desktop) and drag totally outside the window, Excel’s worksheet will scroll very fast. Did you also know that Excel slows down the scrolling (when dragging the mouse) as you approach the end of the used range and pauses momentarily when it reaches the end.