I didn't know of that feature, but it works, I've just tested it.
%MOD1 is, as far as I know, the symbol for a modifying key, which is, I
think, in most cases the Control Key, it might be different on Mac.
I used the control key and did what is told in the text:
* selected a range of cells in sheet1
* ctrl+clicked the tab of sheet2
* menu: Sheet -> Fill cells -> Fill sheets (I don't know if the
english wording is completely correct, but I found the menu items
without problems in my German user interface)
* in the opening dialog I didn't change any of the options, simply used OK
* Result: the selected cells were copied to sheet2, at the same
position as they had in sheet1
Am 11.08.2020 um 19:28 schrieb Євген Кондратюк:
I've stuck at this point of translation:
LibreOffice UI - master/cui/messages
"You can copy from one sheet to another without the clipboard. Select
the area to copy, %MOD1+click the target sheet’s tab and use Sheet ▸
Fill Cells ▸ Fill Sheets."
Can someone show me, how it works? I suppose it isn't working feature.
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