In Apple Numbers, I think that I cut the content and deleted a row at the simultaneously in a single step. I did that by accident, but then I could not reproduce it. I have been searching but I cannot find any command.
I know I can:
– command ⌘+X (cut the content of a row)
– Table > Delete Row (or go to the arrow on the left and Delete Row)
Can I do those two things in one step using the keyboard?
This is something that I have to do many, many times and it would be very useful. Is it possible?
I have tried to duplicate your Cut/Delete Row with a single key combination but without creating an AppleScript I don't see a way.
However, as Delete Row is in the menu, one could make a custom keyboard shortcut to Delete the selected row after cutting the contents to the clipboard.
To create a shortcut specifically to delete a row in Numbers:
Once this has been added, select your row, type ⌘+X to Cut the contents to the clipboard, then option ⌥+command ⌘+X to delete the row. It requires the addition of one extra key stroke but will become second nature with muscle memory.
The demo below shows this method. The contents are then pasted back showing they were cut to the clipboard before deleting the row.