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Can't seem to find an answer scouring the web so I thought I'd just ask here:

So you know how when moving stuff around in Excel on a Windows machine, you can hold the alt key down and the content you're moving around will snap to grid. I run the Windows version of Excel on my Mac through a Parallels/Windows 7 vm and holding the alt key(which is also called the option key on a Mac) doesn't cause the content to snap to grid. Does anyone know how to accomplish this with my setup? Thanks.
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Can't seem to find an answer scouring the web so I thought I'd just ask here:

So you know how when moving stuff around in Excel on a Windows machine, you can hold the alt key down and the content you're moving around will snap to grid. I run the Windows version of Excel on my Mac through a Parallels/Windows 7 vm and holding the alt key(which is also called the option key on a Mac) doesn't cause the content to snap to grid. Does anyone know how to accomplish this with my setup? Thanks.

 

I believe it's the cmd key. If not you might have to enable the snap to feature in format tab. I believe the align option is in the arrange group.

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Ah ha, that was it, thank you!
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