On 05/10/2021 01:18, Brian Barker wrote:
To suppress the recording (and display) of changes, toggle off Edit | Track Changes > | Record.
I trust this helps.
Thank you, Brian. That's exactly what it was. Since I have never knowingly used Track Changes and
it never affected the top half of my data, it must have turned itself on. Now, I know that is not a
reasonable supposition so I have investigated to try to understand what I did.
I was working automatically, almost on autopilot, using a series of keyboard shortcuts - Ctrl-C,
Ctrl-V, Ctrl-X, Shift-Ctrl-V, Shift-Ctrl-Alt-V, arrow keys, Enter ... etc. I must have
accidentally hit an unwanted key.
Searching in Tools | Customize | Keyboard for existing shortcuts revealed under Category | Edit, a
shortcut for Record Shift-Ctrl-C. That is what I must have hit once and only once because it acts
as an on-off toggle and the second time produces a dialogue box which gives the game away.
Thanks again, Brian. My knowledge has been increased and I'll know better next time.
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