[Libreoffice] Ctrl+D and Ctrl+R
arnotixe at gmail.com
Mon Aug 15 00:26:05 PDT 2011
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A friend of mine tries out libreoffice Calc and finds that Ctrl+D
He's used to from other spreadsheet software that:
1) Ctrl+D copies the above cell's contents into the current cell.
2) If more cells in a row are selected, then Ctrl+D copies down the
contents of all cells directly above the selected ones.
3) If cells from more than one row (C1:D2 range for example) is
selected, Ctrl+D copies down the cell contents of the first row cells
into the lower ones.
4) Multi-selection and Ctrl+D does nothing.
*) Formulas are copied as they would be copied with normal copy/paste
functions: references analogous.
**) Ctrl+R does the same as Ctrl+D, but horizontally, to the right,
instead of downwards.
Seems there are no Copy Up or Copy Left shortcuts. (I can understand the
no copyleft function hehe)
Now, is it by design/decision that this isn't implemented in
libreoffice? Should I file a bug to get it implemented?
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