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Is there a quick way to clear all the cells in the current table in Numbers? I know all I have to do is press command-a, delete, and press down, but I would like to do it with one or two clicks if possible.

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You could try to accept your own answer -- this topic was just bumped by Community. – Daniel Beck Jan 9 '11 at 13:49
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I came up with a solution for this on Stack Overflow: Getting the Current Table in Numbers (Python/Appscript). I attached the Service created by it to the hot key command-ctrl-c, which I can use now to clear the cells.

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