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NAME

       Tk::TableMatrix::Spreadsheet - Table Display with Spreadsheet-like bindings.

SYNOPSIS

         use Tk;
         use Tk::TableMatrix::Spreadsheet;

         my $t = $top->Scrolled('Spreadsheet', -rows => 21, -cols => 11,
                                     -width => 6, -height => 6,
                                     -titlerows => 1, -titlecols => 1,
                                     -variable => $arrayVar,
                                     -selectmode => 'extended',
                                     -titlerows => 1,
                                     -titlecols => 1,
                                     -bg => 'white',
                           );

DESCRIPTION

       Tk::TableMatrix::Spreadsheet is a Tk::TableMatrix-derived widget that implements some
       bindings so the resulting widget behaves more like a spreadsheet.

       Bindings Added:

       ·
        Row/Col resize handles appear when the cursor is placed over a row/col border line in the
        rol/col title area.

        Dragging these handles will resize the row or column. If multiple rows or columns are
        selected, then the new row/col size will apply to all row/cols selected.

        Note: With the base Tk::TableMatrix, it is possible to resize the row/cols by dragging on
        any cell border. To be more spreadsheet-like, Tk::TableMatrix::Spreadsheet  defaults to
        enable row/col resizing only thru the title row/col dragging. To override this default
        behavoir, set the -resizeborder option to 'both' at startup.

       ·
        A popup menu for row/col insert/delete appears when the mouse is right-clicked in the
        row/col title areas.

       ·
        Cells activate (i.e. the contents become edit-able) only when the cell is double-clicked
        or the F2 button is pressed. The default Tk::TableMatrix behavior is for the cell to be
        activated when the cell is single-clicked.

       ·
        The Escape key causes any changes made to a cell to be canceled and the current selection
        cleared.

       ·
        The return key causes the the current cell to move down.

       ·
        The tab (or shift tab) key causes the current cell to be moved to the right (left).

       ·
        The delete key will delete the current selection, if no cell is currently active.

       ·
        The Mouse button 2 (middle button) paste from the PRIMARY. (Control-v pastes from the
        clipboard).

Additional Information

       Widget methods, options, etc, are inherited from the Tk::TableMatrix widget. See its docs
       for additional information.