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At 09:26 28/09/2011 +0200, Ian Whitfield wrote:
On 27/09/2011 20:11, Cor Nouws wrote:
Guillaume wrote (27-09-11 18:01)
Any idea ?

- Put cursor in it
- Shift-Arrow down (or up)
- Shift-Arrow up (or down)
 .. ?


Put Mouse Cursor into the cell,
Left-Click and hold,
Drag mouse in any direction to include at least one more cell,
Pull mouse back to original cell and release Left Button
Just that cell is now selected!!

You are both telling the questioner how to *select* a single table cell. It wasn't obvious to me what he meant by "check", but his example document suggests that he wants to create diagonal lines which accurately join the corners of the cell, so that the cell becomes marked, deleted, disabled, crossed out. His example has lines that have evidently been positioned manually and are not as neat as he would no doubt prefer.

I don't see how to do this easily. A workaround may be to fill the cell with a background colour instead (after selecting it as above) - perhaps with a suitable grey?

Brian Barker

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