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OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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Filling a range

Note

These shortcuts do not work under any Linux desktop tested. If you would like to have the functionality described in this table you must create custom key sequnces as explained in the Assigning shortcut keys topic at the beginning of this appendix..

To fill a selected cell range with the formula from the Input line, press Alt+Enter.Hold down Alt+Shift+Enter to apply the cell format of the input cell to the entire cell range.

To create a matrix, or an array in which all the cells contain the same information as that entered on the Input line, pressShift+Control+Enter.

Note

Once an array has been created, you cannot edit the individual components of the matrix.

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