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Here are 2 ways to select non-contiguous cells on MacOS Sierra.

The first method is to SELECT NON-CONTIGUOUS COLUMNS, e.g. A and C. As suggested by librebel:

  1. CLICK HEADER A
  2. PRESS COMMAND
  3. CLICK HEADER C

The second method is to SELECT NON-CONTIGUOUS CELLS, e.g. A1:A3 and C1:C3. Following up suggestions by Lupp:

  1. CLICK CELL A1
  2. PRESS SHIFT
  3. MOVE CURSOR DOWN TO A3
  4. RELEASE SHIFT
  5. PRESS AND HOLD COMMAND
  6. CLICK C1
  7. PRESS SHIFT (Again!)
  8. MOVE CURSOR DOWN TO C3
  9. RELEASE SHIFT AND COMMAND

Please corroborate my story, thanks.

Here are 2 ways to select non-contiguous cells on MacOS Sierra.

The first method is to SELECT NON-CONTIGUOUS COLUMNS, e.g. A and C. As suggested by librebel: librebel:

  1. CLICK HEADER A
  2. PRESS COMMAND
  3. CLICK HEADER C

The second method is to SELECT NON-CONTIGUOUS CELLS, e.g. A1:A3 and C1:C3. Following up suggestions by Lupp:Lupp:

  1. CLICK CELL A1
  2. PRESS SHIFT
  3. MOVE CURSOR DOWN TO A3
  4. RELEASE SHIFT
  5. PRESS AND HOLD COMMAND
  6. CLICK C1
  7. PRESS SHIFT (Again!)
  8. MOVE CURSOR DOWN TO C3
  9. RELEASE SHIFT AND COMMAND

Please corroborate my story, thanks.

Here are 2 ways methods to select non-contiguous cells on MacOS Sierra.

The first method is to SELECT NON-CONTIGUOUS COLUMNS, e.g. A and C. As suggested by librebel:

  1. CLICK HEADER A
  2. PRESS COMMAND
  3. CLICK HEADER C

The second method is to SELECT NON-CONTIGUOUS CELLS, e.g. A1:A3 and C1:C3. Following up suggestions by Lupp:

  1. CLICK CELL A1
  2. PRESS SHIFT
  3. MOVE CURSOR DOWN TO A3
  4. RELEASE SHIFT
  5. PRESS AND HOLD COMMAND
  6. CLICK C1
  7. PRESS SHIFT (Again!)
  8. MOVE CURSOR DOWN TO C3
  9. RELEASE SHIFT AND COMMAND

Please corroborate my story, thanks.