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just like the title says. i'm after the keyboard shortcut in Excel, that is the same as double-clicking on cell to bring it into edit mode.

i've looked around and can't find it anywhere. there must be a defined keyboard shortcut for this.
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Hi,

The keyboard shortcut is the same as for Lotus 1-2-3 - the F2 key.

regards,
dimitri
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