Shortcut key to edit cell in Google Sheets

I’m on a Macbook Pro, working quite a lot in Google Sheets. I’ve deactivated the F-keys (so it’s not an option to use F2). I can’t find a shortcut for editing a cell with text in it. If it’s an empty cell I can just start typing. But if I want to edit a cell with content in it, I can’t seem to find a way to do it. I’ve tried these:

  • CMD+ENTER
  • CTRL+ENTER
  • CMD+u
  • CTRL+u
  • CMD+e
  • CTRL+e

fnF2 is not an option.

I don’t want to use the mouse (double-click on a cell to edit)…It’s so clumsy and slow.

Answer

You can just press the Enter key and it should start editing your current cell.

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Source : Link , Question Author : Zeth , Answer Author : serenesat

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