|Mar 24, 2010, 04:13 AM||#1|
F2 key in PC Excel missing in Excel for Mac?
Recently switched from PC to Mac, I really miss the F2 functionality in Excel for Mac
Or, more specifically , I am missing the possibility to place the cursor in a cell and hit F2 to edit the formula as well as Excel color-coding all cells that are referred to from the current cell.
I know I can do the same by clicking in the "formula builder toolbar" but I don't wan't to have to reach for the mouse each time... does anyone know if Excel for Mac has a similar feature / keystroke to use?
Help much appreciated (and sorry for being slightly oft topic (but I guess this forum comes closest))
|Mar 24, 2010, 05:07 AM||#2|
You haven't specified this, but if you're asking 'can I use F keys normally', press Fn and F2
If that's not the question and you already knew that, Sorry! I don't use Excel so can't help any further!
Macbook Pro 2.4GHz C2D (2010), Macbook 1.8GHz CD (2006), iPhone 4 32GB, iPod classic 80GB (2008)
|Mar 24, 2010, 05:18 AM||#3|
Thanks for replying!
Doesn't work for me - guess it may be because I use a PC keyboard then (?)
...God, it would be easier to love a Mac if Apple wasn't so damned proprietary!
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