It was a very easy fix. When I click on a cell and try to enter s nothing happens my num lock is on. I have Leopard and use Office 2004 for Mac. L wrote: The 10 key? Update from Marc: That worked Rick! Posted this on the Ozgrid forums, but haven't gotten any help yet, so I thought I'd try here too! Now when I open the workbook, the buttons don't work! I want the macro to automatically name the file with the contents of cell Z1. These number formats automatically format a number by adding zeros to the left as needed to reach the total number of zeros supplied.
It might have to do with your mouse setting. When I click anywhere trying to select a cell, or an excel menu item. A good try but it doesn't work. Just select About this Mac. I have a Logitech keyboard, using the 8.
Further details on the use of personal data and the withdrawal procedure are set out in the. The file is quite large and the formulas are too. I can't even click on anything in the toolbar. There is an adjustment in the system for keyboard typing speed maybe its set too low. Note: padding a number with zeros this way changes the number into text, which may or may not suit your needs. I have reset the menus and renamed the. They can copy and paste between worksheets.
To add multiple bullet points to the same cell, insert the first bullet, hit Alt + Enter to make a line break, and then press one of the above key combinations again to insert a second bullet. The tutorial shows a few simple ways to insert bullet in Excel. For example, you are indivdually selecting cells in a worksheet and you accdidently select a cell you dont need, how can you deselect that one cell without deselecting all of them and starting over again? Based on an article from 2010, I believe this behavior may have started with Excel 2007. Two things make the keys work again, 1 Toggeling the Num Lock key 2 Making another application active and then making Excel active again. Any help would be much appreciated! The most probable reason is the wrong keyboard language. In the meantime, I'm going to post a bug with Apple and see what they have to say. Your feedbacks will help us to serve you better! My best regards and Thanks in advance.
It just places a square symbol in the place that enter should have been pressed and the text should have been split into separate lines. I ended up removing the keyboards from device manage and letting windows rediscover them. Hi, I am entering lots of family history data into a spreadsheet. Right now, I enter in cells A2 B2 and C2 say: Smith John 1555 I move automatically to the A-column in the next row down. They didn't even try it out. Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date 1 Sep 25, 2018 2 Aug 24, 2018 1 Aug 21, 2018 2 Oct 23, 2017 1 Oct 11, 2017 1 Jul 16, 2017 1 Mar 18, 2017 4 Mar 15, 2017 4 Oct 4, 2016 2 Sep 24, 2016 1 Sep 17, 2016 3 May 19, 2016 1 Jan 4, 2016 12 Sep 15, 2015 1 Jul 31, 2015 1 Jul 31, 2015 4 Jun 28, 2014 1 Apr 2, 2014 2 Feb 8, 2014 2 Apr 23, 2013. For example if I currently have the A2 cell color as a gray color, and I enter information into A2 can I have it set to automatically change to no fill or any other color without having to click out of the cell, back into it, and then clicking the button?? Unfortunately I only have Leopard Profiles; I didn't run System Profiler while the computers still had Leopard on them.
Microsoft Excel is primarily about numbers. Just today while working in Excel the spinning beachball came up and although I could move the mouse around, I couldn't click away from Excel to bring any other app to the front and it just sat there until I had to hold down the power key to force a restart. When I press a key the mouse cursor will move just a tiny bit, but nothing shows up on the screen. Do you perhaps mean the F10? It's like the buttons are being disabled when I close or open the file. For business queries contact us here. When I reopen the file none of the buttons work.
And I've not seen or heard of this yet. I don't understand what's going on at all. Full details are available here Thank you for your response. Had to do this on several of our Dell Laptops here only once each though. The only way I can get the formula to return the correct result is to edit F2 each cell and press enter. Having searched through the many solved threads on this site, I attempted to customize some of the code to my worksheet. I can't think of anything in my macro that would have these kinds of effects.
Jason I have a spreadsheet set up with an employees information, including the start date. Please restart your system if the problem persists. I have a fairly lengthy macro that works perfectly most of the time. Do I have to leave Karabiner on all the time? As I said, it doesn't happen often, but it does happen. How can I get the separate lines of text in my textbox to be properly displayed in a cell? Anyone else experience random re-booting? But the Google version if free. I'm thinking he means the set of numbers on the number pad on the right side of keyboards. The most probable reason is a wrong keyboard language.