Ctrl F & Paste ?

parsec

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Does any one can tell me if it is possible to paste a copyed data when you evoke the Ctrl F action in the find field

Thank you

John
 

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Greg Truby

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If you want to copy the value just click on the cell and hit Ctrl+C, then Ctrl+F, then Ctrl+V. If you want part of the formula, highlight in the formula bar, then Ctrl+C; Ctrl+F; Ctrl+V
 

parsec

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Thank for the reminder, I had used the right clik and that does not evoke the paste control

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