moderated Re: Entering data in an Excel form
Norma A. Boge
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Let me clarify my initial post: I am able to edit the spreadsheet, no problems there. MS calls it a template, but it has a spreadsheet extension, XLS. Kinda confusing.
Here’s my question:
If I insert text into A3, isn’t there a keystroke to jump to the next cell that needs to be filled in? Something similar to tabbing to the next edit box in an online form?
I can edit and add and remove cell titles, etc. as I see fit. After that, I have the order form for my business. When it’s time for me to take the customer’s information and fill out the order form, how do I move through the form fields?
If this is still confusing, I’m ok with that. I’m probably using the incorrect verbiage to make my explanation clear. I have other options by which to save the information. Using a “template” seemed easy. Not so much, but I’m learning. <smile> Thanks, Norma
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Marty Hutchings
Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2019 5:42 PM
Subject: Re: Entering data in an Excel form
Norma, Since your invoice is a template, try Save As and save it as an Excel document,rename it then you should be able to fill it in. The template file is probably protected.
Love in Christ
I’m using Jaws 2020 with Office 365. I downloaded an invoice template, but I can’t figure out how to complete the form. I think I should be able to enter data in the first field then go directly to the next field, enter data, and so on. Right now tabbing gets me to every cell, most of which are blank. I guess what I need is how to go into forms mode in Excel. I’m sure my answer is out there somewhere, so thanks in advance!