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On Wed, 2012-01-11 at 04:45 -0800, Gilles wrote:

I want to move cell A1 to A2 with the mouse:

I select A1, then press Alt, and move the cell with the mouse: Nothing

I select A1, then press Ctrl, and move the cell with the mouse: A2 is also
selected and nothing happens

Also tried Shift, Ctrl+Shift, Alt+Ctrl, etc.: Doesn't work

How can I drag and drop a cell with the mouse?

As a temporary solution, I just Cut (Ctrl+X) and Paste (Ctrl+V).

I read this, but I can't figure it out.

Thank you.

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     I'm not sure you can move just one cell. Two or more cells can be
moved by clicking on the first cell and then selecting the rest to the
cells. Then this group of cells can be moved in the various ways that
Help describes.
     If there is an empty cell adjacent to the cell you want to move,
then you can move these two cells together. But that obviously has some
draw backs.


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