The long date is in the following format: Day in Words, day number, month, year.
Current date: Ctrl ; (semicolon) Current time: Ctrl Shift ; (semicolon) When you use either of these shortcuts to enter a date or time into your worksheet, Excel enters a static value into the worksheet.
In other words, the date or time that is entered does not change when the worksheet is recalculated.
In most cases, this is probably what you want, but you should be aware of this limitation.
Here are a few tips on choosing the dates or hours of your events before opening the editor window so you don’t have to manually choose them within the editor. The result is fewer keystrokes which means great efficiency.
Entering calendar data into Teamup is similar to most other calendars.
One common way is to choose Date and Time from the Insert menu. At the bottom of the Date and Time dialog box there is an interesting check box entitled Update Automatically.
Word displays the Date and Time dialog box and you can choose how you want the date and time inserted in your document. If this check box is not selected, then when you click OK, the date is inserted in your document as text.
To save time, you can use the following keyboard shortcuts in Smartsheet.
NOTE: Mac users should use [Cmd] instead of [Ctrl] unless otherwise noted.[F2] / [Fn] [F2] for Mac Users: Enters edit mode on selected cell[Ctrl] [S]: Saves all unsaved information[Ctrl] [Z]: Undo the previous action since last save[Ctrl] [Y]: Redo the previous action since last save[Ctrl] [Enter] or [Alt] [Enter]: Inserts a carriage return or line break in Text/Number cells.