It seems to be across all the MS Office 2013 Suite. The left Ctrl is working. CTRL+Home should take me to cell A1 which does not happen regardless of whether you are working in a fresh workbook or an existing one. The Control key was recognised, the C key was recognised but the combination Ctrl-C was not. It forces Excel to recalculate the last cell. Ctrl+End works as expected (with either the left or right Ctrl key, btw), but Ctrl+Home does nothing. Enter numbers cells A1:A6, Select A1, press Ctrl+End, it will select cell A6. Ok, looking at the keyboard layout of the current Inspiron 15 7000 and looking over your post again, it really sounds like Home and End are Fn alternatives to the left and right key. I downloaded the Passmark Keyboard Test app to help diagnose the problem. Tried a wired Kensington keyboard and the same problem persisted; the right Ctrl + Home/End not working. press the delete key to delete the number in A6, Select A1, press Ctrl+End, Cell A6 is selected even though there is no data in it. Ctrl Home & Ctrl End suddenly stopped working this past week!? Ctrl … When you hit CTRL+End it takes you the last cell of the current row. In Excel, Ctrl+Left/Right jumps to the next populated cell in the row. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. My Ctrl-C combination stopped working today on all applications other than CMD Prompt. Currently use a wired Dell keyboard. Run the macro. One is on the numeric keypad, on the same key as the number 7. CTRL+Home in MyLab IT is not working. I have found that there are a few users on this forum (I think they are all from the Middle East) whose files, when I open them, "break" the shift-ctrl-arrowkey behavior. The problem is with my right Ctrl only. Re: Ctrl Shift Down no longer working correctly I will be interested in what others have to say. Try this test in a new workbook. The problem occurs no matter what keyboard I have plugged in. I've seen it in Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint for sure. Most PC keyboards have two Home keys. Tried a wireless Dynex keyboard same problem. The problem is that when you hit CTRL+HOme it takes you to coulumn A cell of the current row. When I used your test it took me to cell A10. So what's happening right now is that you're pressing Ctrl+Left/Right, not Ctrl+Home/End. I recently began having this same problem with Ctrl+Home.