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Creating jump cells


A jump cell allows a user to move between different pages in a grid set.

To create a jump cell

In Edit mode, select a cell location and select Create Cell.

Select Jumps and then OK.

From the offered list (these will be existing grids within the current grid set), select the location for the Jump.

Click OK to create the jump.

Tip: use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + J to make or edit a jump cell.

To jump to a new grid

After selecting Jump, select New Grid. Select the number of rows and columns needed, give the grid a name and click OK. New grids made in this way will always contain a Jump back cell.

Jump to a copy of an existing grid

To use an existing grid within the grid set as a template, select the grid from the list, select Copy Grid, give the grid a new name, click OK.

Jump home or jump back

These two special jump cells will take the user to either their home grid or the previous grid.

Tip: Use Follow Jump to navigate to your new grid without leaving Edit mode. You can also follow a jump with the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + F.

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