Action Shortcut Select all objects Select one object, then press Command-A Deselect all objects Select one object, then press Shift-Command-A Select objects by dragging Drag from a blank part of the sheet around objects.
Hi Mike, Pre-loaded Keyboard shortcuts are listed in a Help menu item called (surprise!) 'Keyboard Shortcuts.' You'll also find the keyboard shortcut for any menu item that has one noted beside that menu item in the menu containing the item: As you can see, there is no pre-loaded KB Shortcut for Paste Values.
But Mac OS X allows user specified KB shortcuts to be created for any (top level) menu item. For details of the procedure, see the Mac Help articles: Creating global keyboard shortcuts and Creating keyboard shortcuts for applications A logical keypress set for this is likely ctrl-option-command-V. This builds on the existing set: command-V = Paste option-command-V = Paste and match format Regards, Barry. ' Two steps: • ⌘+Ctrl+V • ⌘+V' According to the first linked page, this two-step shortcut is applicable to Microsoft Excel, not to Numbers. In Excel, Paste Values is in the Paste Special submenu of the Edit menu.
In Numbers, Paste Values is in the top level of the Edit menu. Few items on submenus have keystroke shortcuts in OS X applications, and none of these I've found are shortcuts requiring two steps.
The second linked page is specific to MS Excel for Mac 2011 in it's demonstration of the problem, where the choice of 'Values' is made in a dialogue box rather than in a submenu (adding two clicks to the mouse and menu process compared to the same procedure in Numbers). Set up aol email in outlook for mac. Although what is shown on the page is similar to the 'standard' procedure for creating these shortcuts for use on other applications on the Mac, the user may find the instructions in Mac Help more suitable for use in applications other than Excel. Mac Help can be reached via the Help menu in Finder, or in two three steps from the Help menu in any Apple application (such as Numbers). • Click the help menu and choose (numbers) help.
Canon ip4300 driver for mac. • Click Show Topics • Click More help for your Mac (bottom left corner of Help window). In Mac help, a search for either of these two articles will bring up link for both: Creating global keyboard shortcuts Creating keyboard shortcuts for applications Regards, Barry.
Mike V's Nano wrote: Does Numbers have a way to get a Paste Special dialog similar to that found in Excel? Numbers has no 'Paste Special' dialog. However, the equivalent of 'Paste Values' in Excel is 'Paste Formula Results' (in the Edit menu). As with all other menu picks on the Mac you can assign a keyboard shortcut (if one doesn't already exist) by going to System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > App Shortcuts and adding one to your liking that doesn't conflict with a keyboard shortcut 'already taken.' Apple Footer • This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only.
Custom Keyboard Shortcuts – Mac Excel 2008 / 2011+ In the Mac versions of Excel, you have to go to the “Tools” menu (it may be under “File” and then “Options” depending on the Excel version) and then select “Customize Keyboard” there to create these shortcuts. See the screenshot to the left – these shortcuts work the same way.
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