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    Keyboard equivalent to D-click? (Excel 2000)

    Is there a keyboard equivalent for the double-click to edit a cell?

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    Re: Keyboard equivalent to D-click? (Excel 2000)

    Function key F2. (Also serves as the file Rename key in File Explorer.)
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    Re: Keyboard equivalent to D-click? (Excel 2000)

    Thank you, John!

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    Re: Keyboard equivalent to D-click? (Excel 2000)

    Russ, <!post=this post,391188>this post<!/post> from <!profile=MarkD>MarkD<!/profile> should be of interest & value to you.
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    Re: Keyboard equivalent to D-click? (Excel 2000)

    Can I add to this post an ask if anyone is aware of a keyboard shortcut to "Freeze Panes". I know I can create one with a macro and assign it to a shortkey combination, but is there not one already available; and if not....I WONDER WHY?
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    Re: Keyboard equivalent to D-click? (Excel 2000)

    Apart from the keystrokes to activate the menu item (Alt+W, F in the English language version), there is no built-in shortcut key for Freeze Panes.

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    Re: Keyboard equivalent to D-click? (Excel 2000)

    As Hans states, there isn't a native key combo for it. But there's an Icon that you can drag onto your TB, if you wish; View | Toolbars | Customize | Commands Tab, under the "Window and Help" command listing; so you don't need a macro.
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    Re: Keyboard equivalent to D-click? (Excel 2000)

    Thank you, John, for the link to the list of shortcuts. That's excellent. Forgive the late response--I didn't notice this reply until now.

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