On Mon, 21 Sep 2020 21:21:33 +0100
Brian Barker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
At 20:19 21/09/2020 +0100, Dave Howorth wrote:
On Mon, 21 Sep 2020 14:13:51 +0100 Brian Barker wrote:
At 06:00 21/09/2020 -0700, Gilles Noname wrote:
I need a keyboard shortcut to delete the
current row. CTRL+- only works when 1)
reaching for the mouse and 2) clicking on its
ID number on the left-most column (1,2,3, ie.
the "grey part")… which beats the point of keyboard shortcuts.
Ctrl+hyphen, R, Enter?
FWIW, on my system, CTRL+hyphen pops up a Delete
Cells dialog, R does nothing and Enter causes
the dialog to close while executing the first
action - Shift cells up. LO 22.214.171.124
That's odd. Figure 36 in the Calc Guide 6.2 shows
the Delete cells dialogue with the first letter
of "rows" in "Delete entire row(s)" underlined.
This means that pressing "R" *should* move the
selection to this option. (Figure 16 in Calc Guide 6.4 shows the
Well the diagram in the book also has the buttons at the bottom in a
different order. Either they used a different version of the software,
or maybe a different desktop environment. The joy of linux :)
But no, there are no underlines on the selections in [my] real life.
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