Le 2014-11-03 09:42, Andreas Säger a écrit :
Hmm, yes, I knew from my past work with database work that one could
assign a tab sequence. But it sounds like having the same functionality
in Calc is still something that could be put on a dev's wishlist item.
Am 03.11.2014 um 14:54 schrieb Marc Paré:
Is there a way to define the order the tab key (on the keyboard) would
cycle through the cells. Is this possible in Calc?
I would like to define which cells a user is sent to by using her/his
You can do all this and much more with database forms. The "forms" you
can implement on sheets are limited. On a protected sheet the tab key
navigates horizontally from one unlocked and visible cell to the next
unlocked and visible cell until the last unlocked and visible cell in
the row. Then it jumps to the next row's unlocked and visible cell. If
there is no next row with unlocked and visible cells, it jumps back to
the first one.
So, it sounds like this functionality is not available on Calc other
than "locking" up cells.
It would be kind of neat to have this available in Calc.
Should I put it up as a requested "feature tiem" on the bugzilla?
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