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Re: Courier New Button, selecting cells without brackets


Berit Dahl wrote:
>
> Another question: In the help files, often there are no cell brackets. How
> can I choose a whole cell without cell brackets? 

You can select a cell bracket the same way you normally do, even if 
it's invisible. Just hold the mouse where you think the bracket would 
normally be (when you are in the right place, the pointer should be 
vertical, with an left-pointing arrow) and click. You can then copy or 
cut or whatever else you need to do.

--
Helen Read
University of Vermont


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