2 Replies Latest reply: Feb 26, 2010 5:55 AM by Badunit
mlondon Level 1 Level 1
Finally weaned myself off MS Office - feels so good not to have MS software on my computer anymore.

But missing keyboard commands to select and delete rows. I looked in the keyboard shortcuts, but could not find anything. Are there any hidden shortcuts or other ways to do these two things with my hands on the keyboard?

Thank you...

MacPro 2.8ghz 8-core (early 2008), Mac OS X (10.6.2), 10GB RAM, 4TB SATA RAID, 30" NEC, ATI 3870
  • Alex Jalba Level 1 Level 1
    Hi Mlondon,

    I also checked the keyboard shorcuts section from the Help menu and I didn't find anything.
    In the Numbers '09 User Guide at page 59 you will find "several techniques available" for deleting rows or columns. ( I don't know if they are all the possible techniques"

    Best regards,

  • Badunit Level 6 Level 6
    If it is a command that can be found in the menu system, which this one is (Table/Delete Row and Table/Delete Rows), you can make a keyboard shortcut for it in System Preferences/Keyboard. For this particular command, you will have to make one for Delete Row and another for Delete Rows. The key combination can be the same for both.