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Yousuf 'Jay' Philips ypharis at
Mon Feb 29 20:30:43 UTC 2016

Hi All,

On 02/29/2016 04:40 PM, Eike Rathke wrote:
>> Those combinations belong to the accessibility feature "Using of LibreOffice
>> without Mouse". You find details in the help under "Shortcuts (LibreOffice
>> Accessibility)"

Thanks Regina for the accessibility shortcuts as that covers quite a few 
of them.

> Indeed. And Ctrl+Shift+0 through Ctrl+Shift+9 are meant to apply some
> predefined number formats to cells, see Format -> Number Format -> ...
>    Eike

Yes i'm aware that Calc utilizes these for number formats (atleast 1 
through 6), but why would those be disabled from a Calc user being able 
to switch them and why would they also be disabled in other modules that 
dont use number format.


The two shortcuts that i'm still unable to figure out are Shift + F2 and 
Ctrl + F1.

I'm collecting all this information into a temporary google doc, which 
i'll be adding to the wiki once it is complete.


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