Let’s give you a little clue on how to go about doing this.
You can use the keyboard shortcut ⌘/ ⌥/ ⌘/ ⌥ for cell editing. Simply hold your cursor over a cell and hit the spacebar to start editing. Once you finish editing you can then hold the ⌘ key to delete the cell or ⌥ to move to the next one. This will only do the cell editing if the number is more than 0.
If you’ve used the keyboard shortcut before, you know the cells all start with a 1. You can use it to erase them while editing. If you need to cut a cell value, press and hold the key over the cells and hit the spacebar. Then hit the cell.
I’m always surprised on how little most people know about cell editing. It turns out that the people who do know about it need a bit of an education. In the beginning when I bought my first cell phone, I was quite surprised by how easy it was to cut a cell value. Many phones in the first few years of cell phone life had been able to do it, but then the numbers moved to the top of the phone and there was no way to cut a cell value.
The world’s only screen has been turned off for the last week. It’s a good thing too, because it’s a little annoying to be in the middle of a game. But then you can also see why it’s a good thing to have a little screen when you’re in a game.
I just had to do it. I’m not sure why, but I just cut the numbers in the first cell phone and I’m still in the game. I used the keyboard shortcut “Ctrl+1” to select the cell, and “Ctrl+2” to cut it.
Well, you can use the Cmd+Shift +C shortcut to cut multiple cells by pressing both keys at the same time. To cut a row of cells, press Cmd+Shift+Ctrl+R. To cut a column of cells, press Cmd+Shift+Ctrl+C.
These keyboard shortcuts are still a bit new to me, but they are very useful. They will cut an entire row of cells without ever having to select them.