There is an item, insert, on the applications menu--applications key or shift+f10, or right click. Insert rows above, insert rows below.
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At 02:32 PM 12/10/2018, you wrote:
Thanks, it will be very helpful.
On 12/10/18, Brian Vogel <email@example.com> wrote:
Yes, you can insert a single, or multiple, rows above or below the currently
selected row (or rows).give you the submenu for insert,
Once you have selected a row or rows, hit the applications/menu key if you
have one or SHIFT+F10 if you don't.Â From the context menu that comes up
activate theÂ InsertÂ item, which will then
which includes rows above or rows below.Â Â There are other options as well.
If you have a single row with focus you will get a single row inserted, ifin ignorance when the need for
you have multiple rows selected then you will get the same number of empty
rows inserted as you already have selected.
BrianÂ *-*Â Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit,Â Version 1809, Build 17763
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