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I guess this is a bit of a tricky one for me, im sure there is a completely obvious answer however im at a loss.

I am creating a spreadsheet with a control panel at the bottom.

So far it has the usual and expected, Left, Right, First Last Navigation buttons..

However, I am looking to have a "Go To Line" button whereby the user may click on it and a small form area will slide up over a partial amount of the spreadsheet. Its a subtle effect and its mainly due to potential spacial constraints.

The problem i am facing is, what Icon would be a valid option for a :"Go To" feature..

I have searched the following :

However I cannot find one suitable..

Any suggestions on this would be appreciated!

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closed as off-topic by Matt Obee, AndroidHustle, Roger Attrill, JonW Oct 1 '13 at 13:51

This question appears to be off-topic. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason:

  • "Questions requesting Icon Suggestions are off topic. While the subject of icons is on topic, there's very little value in soliciting suggestions for a specific icon in a specific context. See this meta post for more information about this topic." – Matt Obee, AndroidHustle, Roger Attrill, JonW
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Hi - in case you wonder why you're receiving 'close' votes on this question, requests for icons are not accepted here – Roger Attrill Oct 1 '13 at 13:48

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