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How do I make a cell that jumps to another grid in Grid 3?

When making a grid set, you may create multiple different grids. The jump cell links the grids together, allowing you to jump from one to the next. You can create a jump by:  

  1. Open your chosen grid set, browse to the menu bar (three lines, top left) and select Edit grid.
  2. Highlight an empty cell and select Create cell from the left hand side of the screen.
The create cell option when highlighting a cell.

3. Select the Jumps category and select Next.

The command categories in Grid 3.

4. Select the jump command you need. To jump to a different page, select Jump to. You can then select a grid in your grid set, this will be the destination of the jump.

The Grid selection screen for a Jump command

Jump Home and Jump Back 

The Jump Home and Jump Back commands are different in that you do not specify which grid they link to. The Jump Home command will link back to the home or start grid of your grid set (the grid that opens the first time you open the grid set). Jump Back will take you back to the previous grid you jumped from.

The jump home and back commands.

To jump to a new blank grid 

After selecting Jump to, select New Grid. Select the number of rows and columns needed, give the grid a name and press OK. New grids made in this way will always contain a Jump back cell. 

The New Grid creation page.

Jump to a copy of an existing grid 

To use an existing grid within the grid set as a template, select a grid from the list, select Copy Grid, give the grid a new name and press OK. Your new grid will be an exact copy of the grid you selected. Any changes you make will only effect this copy, not the original grid you copied from.

The Copy grid screen

Note: Use Follow Jump on the jump command on the left side of the screen  to navigate to your new grid without leaving Edit mode.

The Jump command with the Follow Jump option.

Last Revision: 06.01.2022