About GmaKelly
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249 followers Joined January 2023
I'm 61 yrs old and disabled. I have dogs and cats, love animals. I crochet and play video games on my laptop.

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I created a short cut to print text when I enter Shift + 8. I need to delete that shortcut. Can anyone help me with this? I have all ready contacted Site Support and they r

Depending on whether you use a Mac or pc try googling a solve. Sometimes the world at large can offer a few ideas. Good luck with it.

Depending on whether you use a Mac or pc try googling a solve. Sometimes the world at large can offer a few ideas. Good luck with it.

Did not know this was possible! Sorry, I have no idea!

Is this question related to WhatsApp?

I don't know how it would be.

Right-click and bin.

how do I find the shortcut to right click it? I don't know how I did it int the first place.

Where did you save it?

I've looked everywhere and can't find it.

Okay, if you cannot, we cannot delete?

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Delete keyboard shortcut in wa platform?

Delete keyboard shortcut in wa platform?

asked in
Getting Started
Updated

I created a short cut to print text when I enter Shift + 8. I need to delete that shortcut. Can anyone help me with this? I have all ready contacted Site Support and they r

Depending on whether you use a Mac or pc try googling a solve. Sometimes the world at large can offer a few ideas. Good luck with it.

Depending on whether you use a Mac or pc try googling a solve. Sometimes the world at large can offer a few ideas. Good luck with it.

Did not know this was possible! Sorry, I have no idea!

Is this question related to WhatsApp?

I don't know how it would be.

Right-click and bin.

how do I find the shortcut to right click it? I don't know how I did it int the first place.

Where did you save it?

I've looked everywhere and can't find it.

Okay, if you cannot, we cannot delete?

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Authoring & Writing Content
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I am preparing a chart for a post and when I try to copy it over I loose the framework. I'm currently working in Site Content Platform. Any suggestions would be helpful. The

I would also recommend Canva.com for creating charts. If you are trying to add a chart from Google Sheets that you have already created, you could create a "screenshot" of that chart, and then upload the image into your article that you are creating within SiteContent.

That would be the approach here.

Thank you Kyle, I appreciate the personal touch. GmaKelly

Oh lol, I have no experience with Google Sheets sorry, I use Canva.com for everything nowadays...Good to see you're still moving forward... I have been sick with the flu so things are a little slow at my end.

I made a huge spreadsheet and lost it. So that sucks but I'll just build again. lol Anyway. Between you and me, I have my 2nd site online. GmaKelly.com Marijuana News and Accessories. I just have the one post up and was almost done with the 2nd. Anyway, back to the drawing board.
I'm still working on my Bootcamp site. Revamping some of my original posts, and writing a new one now and then. So busy busy busy.
GmaKelly

That is awesome news, great to hear! That's a great niche! Yes, the online road is full of ups and downs, just like any other job, only we are building passive income, that's the part I like...I scrapped about 70 blogs about 2 years back, so much effort, but started again, and knew so much more than I did to start with.

Go you! keep up the good work :)

Open your Google Sheets document containing the chart you want to use.

Click on the chart to select it.

Go to the "Edit" menu and choose "Copy" (or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C or Command+C).

Open your site content in the Site Content Platform where you want to add the chart.

Position your cursor at the desired location within the content where you want to insert the chart.

Go to the "Edit" menu and choose "Paste" (or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V or Command+V).

I tried this the framework didn't hold and when I saved and went back it was big glob of stuff. lol

I've developed charts in a simple word document, then copied and pasted into site content. This works pretty well and looks fine.
However, it may be best to try a screen shot and paste as suggested below

I would take a screenshot of the chart and add it to your post in Site Content as a jpeg file.

It’s much easier to work in the Block Editor where you can easily create tables.

Im wondering if I move this into WP if I can copy/paste my table into the WP chart. Do you know if this is possible?

I’m not sure exactly what you mean.

For the record its not lol

It takes a few hours to get used to the Block Editor, but it can do so much more and much quicker! 😎

Hi, I do not know why it is happening. However, just as a suggestion, you may want to take a screenshot of your spreadsheet and post it as a picture. Let's see what the experts say.
wishing you the best

Yeah I just thought of that myself. lol

You may try to prompt ChatGPT but I agree it is much easier to screenshot.

Open your Google Sheets document containing the chart you want to use.

Click on the chart to select it.

Go to the "Edit" menu and choose "Copy" (or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C or Command+C).

Open your site content in the Site Content Platform where you want to add the chart.

Position your cursor at the desired location within the content where you want to insert the chart.

Go to the "Edit" menu and choose "Paste" (or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V or Command+V).

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How do I add a chart to site content.?

How do I add a chart to site content.?

asked in
Authoring & Writing Content
Updated

I am preparing a chart for a post and when I try to copy it over I loose the framework. I'm currently working in Site Content Platform. Any suggestions would be helpful. The

I would also recommend Canva.com for creating charts. If you are trying to add a chart from Google Sheets that you have already created, you could create a "screenshot" of that chart, and then upload the image into your article that you are creating within SiteContent.

That would be the approach here.

Thank you Kyle, I appreciate the personal touch. GmaKelly

Oh lol, I have no experience with Google Sheets sorry, I use Canva.com for everything nowadays...Good to see you're still moving forward... I have been sick with the flu so things are a little slow at my end.

I made a huge spreadsheet and lost it. So that sucks but I'll just build again. lol Anyway. Between you and me, I have my 2nd site online. GmaKelly.com Marijuana News and Accessories. I just have the one post up and was almost done with the 2nd. Anyway, back to the drawing board.
I'm still working on my Bootcamp site. Revamping some of my original posts, and writing a new one now and then. So busy busy busy.
GmaKelly

That is awesome news, great to hear! That's a great niche! Yes, the online road is full of ups and downs, just like any other job, only we are building passive income, that's the part I like...I scrapped about 70 blogs about 2 years back, so much effort, but started again, and knew so much more than I did to start with.

Go you! keep up the good work :)

Open your Google Sheets document containing the chart you want to use.

Click on the chart to select it.

Go to the "Edit" menu and choose "Copy" (or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C or Command+C).

Open your site content in the Site Content Platform where you want to add the chart.

Position your cursor at the desired location within the content where you want to insert the chart.

Go to the "Edit" menu and choose "Paste" (or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V or Command+V).

I tried this the framework didn't hold and when I saved and went back it was big glob of stuff. lol

I've developed charts in a simple word document, then copied and pasted into site content. This works pretty well and looks fine.
However, it may be best to try a screen shot and paste as suggested below

I would take a screenshot of the chart and add it to your post in Site Content as a jpeg file.

It’s much easier to work in the Block Editor where you can easily create tables.

Im wondering if I move this into WP if I can copy/paste my table into the WP chart. Do you know if this is possible?

I’m not sure exactly what you mean.

For the record its not lol

It takes a few hours to get used to the Block Editor, but it can do so much more and much quicker! 😎

Hi, I do not know why it is happening. However, just as a suggestion, you may want to take a screenshot of your spreadsheet and post it as a picture. Let's see what the experts say.
wishing you the best

Yeah I just thought of that myself. lol

You may try to prompt ChatGPT but I agree it is much easier to screenshot.

Open your Google Sheets document containing the chart you want to use.

Click on the chart to select it.

Go to the "Edit" menu and choose "Copy" (or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C or Command+C).

Open your site content in the Site Content Platform where you want to add the chart.

Position your cursor at the desired location within the content where you want to insert the chart.

Go to the "Edit" menu and choose "Paste" (or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V or Command+V).

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