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You can clear cells by right-clicking on a highlighted range of cells and choosing Clear.
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If you want to create a new blank field to fill with data, modify the underlying table using Dataview>Table>Modify.  Then, click Add Field and set up the field as you need.
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You can use the copy shortcut (Ctrl+C) to copy cell values and the paste shortcut (Ctrl-V) to edit cell values with data that has been copied.  You can paste these cell values into another dataview or into Microsoft Excel.
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If a field name contains spaces or other special characters or starts with a digit, you must put square brackets around it. For example a field called "Age <5"  will need to be "[Age <5]" in your formula. Fields that require brackets will automatically display with them in the Formula Builder Field List.
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Using the Info tool, displaying data in a dataview, and working with dataviews
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An introduction to basic Maptitude concepts including toolbars, help, shortcuts, context-sensitive menus, the working layer, and workspaces