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#1 Battlesman

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Posted Yesterday, 08:14 PM

Hey all,

 

I'm wondering if there's a document or page somewhere that can tell me what _____ + click does? E.g., What happens when you option + click? I know that when you option click an arrow in the library, it opens everything to its deepest folder. However, the same keystroke does not work within, say, a journal with lots of subheadings. 

 

Along those same lines, when you option click a title in a table of contents, I noticed a little red underline shows up. (Looks like it's the same thing as control + click --> add to range). What is this "Range" feature?

 

There's gotta be an easy answer to this. Can someone help me?

 

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Posted Today, 01:47 AM

Hey all,

 

I'm wondering if there's a document or page somewhere that can tell me what _____ + click does? E.g., What happens when you option + click? I know that when you option click an arrow in the library, it opens everything to its deepest folder. However, the same keystroke does not work within, say, a journal with lots of subheadings. 

 

Well, it’s contextual. And you’ve found a couple of different contexts. 

 

Along those same lines, when you option click a title in a table of contents, I noticed a little red underline shows up. (Looks like it's the same thing as control + click --> add to range). What is this "Range" feature?
 
This means that a subsequent search will be constrained to that range. You can choose multiple ranges.

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#3 Helen Brown

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Posted Today, 09:35 AM

These actions are all documented in the Help files.


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