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When you say focus mode, do you mean edit mode?
On 5/17/2017 11:52 PM, Brian Vogel
On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 11:32 am, enes sarıbaş wrote:
To enter data into a column, do I just activate browse mode
and start typing? I would previously activate browse mode, and
arrow through the table until I found the spot and start
typing. That was a really bad idea.
Although I have to believe a typo is at play here.
When you're trying to navigate through the table to see what's
already there you would be in browse mode and the cell content
would be read to you. When you want to change it you need to be
in focus mode to allow typing of data into the cell, selection
of pre-existing data for replacement, etc., using the usual
selection commands as appropriate (other than CTRL+A, which will
always get you the whole darned document, or at least that's
what it does in Office 2010).
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