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I installed Excel 2007 on my Mac using VWware Fusion. In a wordbook in a windows based system, you normally hold CTRL to select nonadjacent cell ranges. When I run Vista, CRTL is right click, and the apple command key doesn't work either. Does anyone what the proper command would be on a mac keyboard using Excel 2007 for windows? Thanks.
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