To move one cell down in Excel, you can use the arrow keys on your keyboard or other methods. Here are several ways to do it:

  1. Using Arrow Keys:
    • If your active cell is in row 1 or any other row, press the Down Arrow key to move to the cell in the row below on the same column.
  2. Using Mouse:
    • Click on the cell you want to move from.
    • Move your cursor to the bottom edge of the cell until it turns into a crosshair.
    • Click and release to move to the cell in the row below.
  3. Using the Go To Feature:
    • Press Ctrl + G to open the “Go To” dialog box.
    • Enter the reference of the cell you want to move to (e.g., A1, B2, etc.).
    • Click OK.
  4. Using the Name Box:
    • The Name Box is located to the left of the formula bar. Click on the drop-down arrow in the Name Box.
    • Enter the reference of the cell you want to move to.
    • Press Enter.

Choose the method that fits your preference or workflow. The arrow keys are commonly used for quick navigation within a worksheet.

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