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Microsoft Office to OpenOffice Migration Guide
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Deleting cell contents

In Excel, pressing the Delete key instantly deletes the contents of the cell. In Calc, pressing Delete calls up a dialog box where you can specify what to delete:

  • Strings

  • Numbers

  • Date & Time

  • Formulas

  • Notes

  • Formats

  • Objects

The items checked by default are: Strings; Numbers; Date & Time; Formulas; and Notes. Thus, pressing Delete and then Enter will delete the items checked by default.

You can bypass the dialog and instantly delete the items checked by default by pressing the Backspace key rather than the Delete key.

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