In Excel, if you have non-adjacent selections (multiple separate ranges) and you want to move the active cell to the left between those selections, you can use the keyboard. Here are the steps:

  1. Click on one of the selected cells within the first range.
  2. Hold down the Ctrl key (Command key on Mac) to maintain the current selections.
  3. While holding the Ctrl key, press the Arrow Left key to move the active cell to the left between the non-adjacent selections.
  4. Release the Ctrl key when the active cell is in the desired position.

Repeat these steps if you have more than two non-adjacent selections, adjusting the Arrow key accordingly (e.g., Arrow Left for moving left, Arrow Up for moving up).

This method allows you to move the active cell between different non-adjacent selections without losing the existing selections.

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