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2012/7/17 Johnny Rosenberg <>:
2012/7/17 Gilles <>:
Thanks for the tip. Didn't think of this.

In the same vein, after I created a list of possible items for the drop-down
box to be displayed in that column, is it possible to select some cells
through CTRL, and apply the same item for all of them?

For instance, I'd like to select all the cells for food shopping,
right-click on the selected section and choose "FOOD" from the drop-down

I assume it's not possible to select the rows themselves, but selecting the
cells individually is good enough.

I don't thinks that's possible. The easiest thing is probably to
select one cell, select FOOD, hit Ctrl+c, select all the other cells
in which you want the word FOOD (using Ctrl or Shift), hit Ctrl+v. Not
too much extra work, I think.

By the way, if you entered FOOD in one cell, entering a single ”F” in
another cell will probably suggest ”FOOD” anyway, so you probably
won't need to enter more than a single ”F” into those other cells
anyway. There are always more than one way to do things. In most
cases, anyway…

Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg

Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg

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