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Which Hot Key to insert Date in "New Card"

Which Hot Key to insert Date in "New Card"

Which Hot Key to insert Date in "New Card"

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The Ctrl + D  doesn´t insert the date when I´m opening a new card. I have to save the new card, then insert in the date field. Any help out there?

RE: Which Hot Key to insert Date in "New Card"

Sorry Elsa,
It only seems to work in the Card itself although if you take ronriche's advice
Thread807-736331
you could script the whole routine,
Like this:

Ctrl+A then the scripting program opens message boxes that let you enter the name and address (which it puts in the fields) and then the script continues by Alt+A then Alt+C then Down to the Date Field and Ctrl+D

Regards Jim
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