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    MasterYoda1041 commented  · 

    Before I go further, I’d just like to say I know there are ways around my issue (for instance, adding certain commands to the Quick Access toolbar, or clicking the desired command on the “Home,” “Insert,” and so on ribbon.)

    My laptop’s keyboard is setup in a rather irritating way. Unless I make a change in my system’s BIOS, I must press the “fn” key in addition to the “f1” – “f12” key I wish to use. (For instance, checking my spelling in a Microsoft Office program requires pressing “fn” plus “f7.” This would not be so bad if the keyboard had a second “fn” key that was placed on the right side of the spacebar.

    Due to limited use of my right hand, I use my left hand to type. Although I do very well typing one-handed, I can only reach my left pointer finger to “f8” when having to also press “fn.”

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    MasterYoda1041 commented  · 

    @Sergei Baklan Alright. That's what I was wondering.

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    MasterYoda1041 commented  · 

    @Sergei Baklan Thanks for the information. Are you basically saying I cannot do it without creating a table?

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    MasterYoda1041 commented  · 

    Roy,

    With the information you provided, I THINK I got it.

    Thanks!

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    MasterYoda1041 commented  · 

    Kenneth,

    Yes, just a bunch of borders on a blank 9x9 grid. Let me explain why.

    I have a Sudoku puzzle book and I keep making mistakes. Instead of constantly erasing (which is what I’m currently doing), it would be nice if I could mimic what the puzzle creator did and then fill in the blanks.

    Basically, I would:
    1. Start with a blank Sudoku grid
    2. Type the numbers that are shown in my book into the corresponding spaces in the blank grid
    3. Use the grid I created to figure out where the remaining numbers go
    a. This way, I could fix my mistakes more easily
    4. Fill in the blanks in the book

    Does that make sense?

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