Using the information in other answers, I created an AutoHotkey script that can lets me apply my two most used fonts with a hotkey. If the following script exists named "AutoHotkey.ahk" in the Documents folder and AutoHotkey is running, Alt+c will change the font to Courier New (for mono-space) and Alt+a will change the font to Ariel (...
Just came across this post when I was looking for "how to go to the bottom of google docs". Didn't find any solutions and went ahead and tried by using a random combination of keyboard shortcuts on my Dell laptop.
Control + Fn + Home ==> Took me to beginning of the page.
Control + Fn + End ==> Took me to the bottom of the page.
It may not be ...
Hello from the year 2021. Google does not provide shortcuts (yet/anymore) to navigate through the search results.
However, there is a handy browser extension to solve the problem: https://github.com/infokiller/web-search-navigator
Direct link for Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/web-search-navigator/cohamjploocgoejdfanacfgkhjkhdkek (5 out ...
Google Workspace Editors (Docs, Drawings, Forms, Sheets, Slides) doesn't includ a setting for that. Please send your feedback directly to Google. You can do this from the Help menu in any on these apps.
It's worthy to note that this doesn't happen when Chrome is used.
The shortcuts won't work on Android. Instead, you have to use the formula =NOW() which will provide the complete date and time result in a cell.
To get just the time value for conditional formatting use TIMEVALUE(NOW())
Select all of the files you want to have a shortcut,
Then right-click on them, and go to "Send to"
Then press on Desktop (create shortcut)
If you want to make the shortcuts be made in the same folder as the original file then instead press "Create shortcut" 2 buttons beneath the "Send to" button.
If you do this the shortcut ...
This excel formula pretty-printer worked pretty good on my google spreadsheet:
=ifs(OR($I111="Elixir",$I111="Collectible",$I111="Lootbox"),,$AS111<='Items Statistics'!$H$22,1,$AS111<='Items Statistics'!$H$33,12,$AS111>'Items Statistics'!$H$33,12)
If all the intervening cells have data then as per many answers it's as simple:
⌘ ↓ (Command + Down arrow) = go to bottom-most cell in contiguous data range
But as you may have found it doesn't work if you have gaps in your data. The best solution I've found is clunky, needs three steps and uses all the arrows except down, but it gets the ...
There is now also the chrome extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/hotkeys-for-youtube-music/ggjkoecdjegahefiaibfnjgkebhijgpf
Be sure to reload the URL, or close and reopen the App (if you used "Install as App") for it
From the question
Do I conclude that Google did not include this feature?
As of June 25th, 2020 this feature is not available for Google Documents, only for Google Sheets.
Google Sheets has a macro recorder that includes a way to assign a keyboard shortcut to fire a macro and a way to import existing scripts as macros. See Google Sheets Macros
I found this worked for me as long as the cells were adjacent. There is one step you need to add after entering your value in the first cell...
You can select multiple cells, type in your value and hit
Enter, then hit Ctrl-D to fill down,
or Ctrl-R to fill right.