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Old 08-30-2014, 09:55 AM   #1
Alex McGregor
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Smile Hotkeys in gnumeric. Creating gnumeric/system hotkeys


Hi there!

I just wonder about hotkeys in gnumeric.
Are they there? Maybe there is some app for this?

I want to do something to be able to strike the text in cells out by hotkeys.

Is there any solution for this?
Maybe some ways to create system hotkeys with spetial tool for macros creating???

Please, help me, folks!
 
Old 08-30-2014, 11:20 AM   #2
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As far as I know, the shortcuts are compiled-in. There are some listed in the menus, and more in the manual
https://help.gnome.org/users/gnumeri.../gnumeric.html

There's no macro language, but there's a plugin that lets you use python. If you don't like or know python, you'd be better with OpenOffice or LibreOffice, where you can record macros.
 
Old 08-30-2014, 12:14 PM   #3
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DavidMcCann, thanks a lot! I was finding for "hotkeys of Gnumeric" before but not for "keyboard shortcuts".

So, here are hotkeys for Gnumeric I was finding:

Normally, keybindings are next to a command in a Menu. For example, if Save has Ctrl+s next to it, that means that Ctrl+s can be typed at the same time to save your file. However, some keystrokes aren't listed in the menus. They are as follows:

F2 sets the current cell for editing. The cursor is inserted at the end of the current text.
Ctrl-O opens the Load file dialog window.
Ctrl-F3 opens the Define Name dialog window.
F4 repeat the last action.
Ctrl-G opens the Go to dialog window which allows you to jump to a specified cell.
Ctrl-H opens the Search and Replace dialog where you can search through your spreadsheets for text strings and replace them with something else.
Ctrl-F opens the Search Center. The Search Center allows you to search through your spreadsheets for text strings.
Ctrl-~ Formats the current selection as a 'General'.
Ctrl-$ Formats the current selection with the default currency
Ctrl-# Formats the current selection with default date style
Ctrl-^ Formats the current selection as superscript
Ctrl-@ Formats the current selection with the default time format
Ctrl-! Formats the current selection as an integer (a number with no decimal places).
Ctrl-& Adds a thin border around the current selection
Ctrl-_ Formats the current selection as subscript
Ctrl-$ Formats the current selection as the default currency
Ctrl-B or Ctrl-2 Toggles the boldness of the font in the current selection.
Ctrl-I or Ctrl-3 Toggles the italics of the font in the current selection.
Ctrl-U or Ctrl-4 Toggles single underlining of the current selection.
Ctrl-5 Toggles strikethrough of the current selection.
Shift-Ctrl-G Changes the keyboard focus to the current cell indicator described in Section 4.5.1 ― Current Cell Indicator.
Ctrl-a Select all cells on the currently focused sheet.

Here is original article
https://help.gnome.org/users/gnumeri...tml#keybinding

P.S. I have posted it here to help Google in seaching for Hotkeys in Gnumeric

Last edited by Alex McGregor; 08-30-2014 at 12:17 PM.
 
  


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