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    Hard Code

    How can I Hard Code

    Ctrl + ; to enter the date?

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    Re: Hard Code

    What do you mean by "hard code"?

    That is an Excel keyboard shortcut. How much simpler can it get?
    Even with macro with a shortcut key will require as many key presses.

    Perhaps if you explained more fully and provided some context a suggestion could be offered.
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    Re: Hard Code

    Quote Originally Posted by Palmetto View Post
    What do you mean by "hard code"?

    That is an Excel keyboard shortcut. How much simpler can it get?
    Even with macro with a shortcut key will require as many key presses.

    Perhaps if you explained more fully and provided some context a suggestion could be offered.

    No worry, I figured it out.
    Thanks

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    Re: Hard Code

    Your post does not comply with Rule 1 of our Forum RULES. Your post title should accurately and concisely describe your problem, not your anticipated solution. Use terms appropriate to a Google search. Poor thread titles, like Please Help, Urgent, Need Help, Formula Problem, Code Problem, and Need Advice will be addressed according to the OP's experience in the forum: If you have less than 10 posts, expect (and respond to) a request to change your thread title. If you have 10 or more posts, expect your post to be locked, so you can start a new thread with an appropriate title.
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