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Select Rows and Columns in Lists & Spreadsheet

In the Lists & Spreadsheet application on the TI-Nspire, you can perform a variety of editing tasks — such as cutting, copying, or pasting — on entire rows or columns. To do so, you must first highlight the rows or columns with which you want to work. Here’s how:

  • Select column. You have three choices to select an entire column:

    • Move the cursor to the column/list name area located at the top of the column and press the

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      key once more to select the column.

    • Position the cursor anywhere in the desired column and press [MENU]→Actions→Select→Select Column.

    • Take advantage of another clickable area. Move your cursor over the capital letter that names the column and click the letter to select the column.

  • Select row. You have three choices to select an entire row:

    • Move the cursor to any cell in column A and press the

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      key once more to select the row.

    • Position the cursor anywhere in the desired row and press [MENU]→Actions→Select→Select Row.

    • Take advantage of another clickable area. Move your cursor over the number that names the row and click the number to select the row.

  • Select multiple rows or columns. After selecting a row or column, press and hold the [SHIFT] key. While holding this key, press the Touchpad keys to select additional rows or columns.

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