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Shortcut for "Enter to move selection"

asked 2015-02-26 10:49:19 +0200

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Using Calc, I frequently need to change the behaviour of the selection when I press <enter> - sometimes it is convenient to have it stay on the cell I'm in, sometimes to move right, etc. Can I assign macro key combinations to the preferences menu which otherwise I can only access by: Toools>Options>LibreOffice Calc>General>'Press Enter to move selection' (5 navigation operations).

I am using LibreOffice Calc v. running under Linux Mint 17.1

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answered 2019-10-23 05:47:00 +0200

I think yes you can, you can make it without macros actually(You also can do it via macros but no need them). in this way you have to go: Tools->Customize->Keyboard-> nowhere from above, you have to find Ctrl+Enter for example and assign it to Navigate->Move Down and just like this, you can make another combination for Enter, Shift+Enter and etc.

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