HOME Command: Windows

Moves the cursor position from the current position to the home position.

Windows specifics: keyboard equivalent




Under Windows, the HOME command is equivalent to the Home key on your keyboard, which moves your cursor between the last cursor position and the home position in the window. If the Command line displays in the window, the home position is the Command line.
You can also define a function key to execute the CURSOR command, which positions the cursor at the home position in the window but has no toggle effect.

See Also

“HOME Command” in the SAS Help and Documentation