I have just purchased my first Mac and am having problems with Numbers. I want to jump to the next cell in a given direction that is non-empty (or jump to the end of a contiguous chunk of cells that are non-empty). In Excel (on Windows, anyway), you can do this with Ctrl + An Arrow Key. For example, in this little spreadsheet:
A B C D 1 x x 2 x x 3 x x x 4 x x x x
if you selected cell A1 and pressed Ctrl+↓, you would jump to A3. If, instead, you pressed Ctrl+→, you would have gone to D1. If you were in A3 when you pressed Ctrl+→, it would take you to C3.
On my Mac, Control + Option + Arrow Key does what I want in Google Spreadsheets. I tried that combination in Numbers, but it adds a row or column, instead.
Surely there is a way to do this in Numbers; I just can't figure it out. Are there keyboard shortcuts like this in Numbers? If not, is there a way to map a keyboard shortcut to this functionality?