Complete the following steps to use the keyboard to enter data into a table quickly.
- Use the Operating tool or the Labeling tool to click inside a cell and enter the data.
- Press the <Shift> key while you press the arrow keys to move the cursor to adjacent cells.
- If the VI is in edit mode, press the <Enter> key on the keyboard to move the cursor to the cell below. When tabbing through the front panel objects in run mode, press the <Ctrl> and down arrow keys to tab into the table. Press the <Tab> key to move the cursor to adjacent columns and the <Enter> key on the keyboard to move to adjacent rows. To tab out of the table, press the <Ctrl> and up arrow keys. (Mac OS X) Press the <Command> key. (Linux) Press the <Alt> key.
||Note If you enable multiple line input, pressing the <Enter> key on the keyboard creates a new line in the same cell and does not move the cursor to the cell below.|
- Press the <Ctrl-Enter> keys on the keyboard or the <Enter> key on the numeric keypad to end data entry.