Ten new mini-features in PlanMaker 2010
You probably won’t find these listed in any brochure from SoftMaker because they are considered “minor improvements” — here are ten useful new mini-features in PlanMaker:
- AutoFill for numbered lists: Type ’1. then ’2. — you can then use AutoFill so that PlanMaker adds 3., 4., 5. etc.
- Sheetwide “Hide zero values”: It was already possible to set “Do not show zeros” individually for cells. But PlanMaker 2010 also adds a sheetwide option that does it for all the cells on the sheet.
- When you select cells with the mouse or keyboard, the size of the selection is now shown above the sheet, for example as “5R x 3C” for five rows, three columns.
- The commands “Join cells” and “Split cells” are now in the context menu that is shown when you right-click in your worksheet.
- So is the option “Word wrap”.
- There is now a “scroll mode”: When it is active, moving the mouse up/down or left/right will move the worksheet. Ideal for browsing the spreadsheet’s data.
- Instead of =A1+A2, you can now also type +A1+A2.
- The toolbar now has a dropdown menu for different types of cell shading, very similar to the one for cell borders.
- Instead of 3^4, you can also type 3**4.
- If you don’t like the default colors for the little markers for comments and protection, you can choose your own.
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