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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V only works for 1 cell in Calc


Have you tried Ctl-Ins and Sft-Ins.
I have noticed some programs map these differently from Ctl-C, Ctl-V.
Ctl-C, Ctl-V is for right handed people and Ctl-Ins, Sft-Ins is for left handed people.
Steve
On 2014-12-10 11:12, Richard wrote:

Thanks Steve, happy to hear that. Maybe there's hope for me. :)

I'll keep trying. Makes me a bit sad that it works in Windows XP and not on Debian. It's not a big deal just an annoyance.

On Dec 9, 2014 1:33 PM, "Steve Edmonds" <steve.edmonds@ptglobal.com <mailto:steve.edmonds@ptglobal.com>> wrote:

This seems to work fine in my Opensuse with LO 4.1.6.
steve
On 2014-12-10 04:58, RichardH wrote:

In Windows version copy and paste works as expected. In Linux
versions it
doesn't.

In Windows, copy 1 to 1+n cells and paste them where you wish.

In Linux, copy 1 to 1+n cells and you get a dialog window that
does not
work. I can copy 1 cell and paste it 10 times, but cannot
paste into 1+n
cells.
On Dec 9, 2014 6:09 AM, "Maleks123 [via Document Foundation
Mail Archive]" <
ml-node+s969070n4131980h2@n3.nabble.com
<mailto:ml-node%2Bs969070n4131980h2@n3.nabble.com>> wrote:

i thinks that all are folks. that thing all knows.
that simple is that ctrl + c = copy , ctrl+v = paste,
ctrl+x = cut.
Its very easy.
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