Force Return Key to Linebreak

teeman

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May 10, 2005
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Hi

I'm looking for a macro or some way to force the Return Key to have the behaviour of Alt+Return.. ?

Is this possible?

I have a spreadsheet that is used as a form and some for the cells have been merged. When the user presses "Return" I would like them to goto the next line.

Thanks

Nic Teeman
 

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BJungheim

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You can't fire off a macro when you're editing a cell...if there's a system setting you can change I don't know.
 

teeman

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I don't just want this for indiviual parts of the spreadsheet.

I always want the enter key to alt+enter through the entire workbook..

Or is it still the same?

Thanks

Nic
 

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