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Enhancement request - add F4 key (redo last action)

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Post time: 2013-04-08 18:00:50
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MS office apps allows users to reapply last action no matter what action is (cut'paste'reformat'delete'add,retype,insert column row,etc).
Saves lots of time when editing large number of cells repetitively.


Current not possible in KINGSOFT for PC.

Please add as enhancement1 for power users (high priority if possible).

Jay


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Post time: 2013-04-09 03:48:36
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Hi jay, we are sorry to say that Kingsoft Spreadsheet hasn't supported for F4 shortcut function for now. and thanks for your advice , we are developing a feature of "customize  shortcut keys " in next version.
Post time: 2013-04-12 18:58:12
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First I want to say thanks to the folks at Kingsoft for a fantastic product.  My husband and I just started using the suite yesterday and find it so much easier to use than OpenOffice.  

To expand on the discussion above, I am finding that Control Y does not seem to work in the free version - does it work in the paid versions?  Or am I missing something?  For example, I'd like to insert multiple rows in a spreadsheet.

Many thanks again, GES

Post time: 2013-04-15 03:29:04
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ges74 replied at 2013-04-12 18:58
First I want to say thanks to the folks at Kingsoft for a fantastic product.  My husband and I just  ...

Hi, Ges, to answer your question,first, Ctrl+Y means "redo", which is to repeat  your last action, and it works in both free version and paid version; as for insert mutiple rows, in excel F4 is for this use, but we didn't support for this shorcut key for now, we have already suggested R&D department to improve this in next version. anyway ,thanks for you advice and hope you can support us as always!
Post time: 2013-12-24 11:18:19
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I'm using the free version of Kinsoft office 2013 to replace the MSOffice.  I have been working on it for the last 2-3 months and it is almost perfect except that some of the most common commands I and my colleagues use most of the time do not work. That is the only reason, we have not purchased the license till date.

The ctrl+Y or the redo command seems to be working selectively.

For example, I write any word and copy and then paste it. Thereafter, in MS word, if I use ctrl+Y, it will repeat the copy command while in Kingsoft, it does not do so. However, the undo or ctrl+z command seems to.

Similarly, in any table in word, when I insert one row or column, in MS word, if I do Ctrl+Y, it will keep inserting more rows or columns till I stop. However that does not happen in KSword.

The other very common obstacle we face is in our "Ctrl+F" command. In MS office, the last used search remains in the memory of the Crl+F command and if I need to search the same word in the same document 20 times, I need not keep the 'search box' open. I can close it and use ctrl+page up or ctrl+page down to search that word and keep editing as I search. As we have to search and cross check dozens of table and figure numbers in all our documents, in KSoffice we have to do ctrl+F and then retype the search word again. If this feature can be brought into KSoffice, it would be really great.
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