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Re: Keyboard shortcut to select the entire cell


To select the entire cell, just click that cell's bracket.

To select the contents of the entire cell, click in the cell and then 
keep clicking -- the highlighted selection will expand to larger and 
larger subexpressions -- until you have the entire expression selected.

siewsk at bp.com wrote:
> In windows XP using Mathematica 5.2
> 
> How do I select the entire cell while I am in that cell?
> 
> I tried CTRL-A but that selected the entire notebook instead.
> 
> 

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