I don't know when or how I changed the behavior of the "enter key" (->|) in Google Sheets for Android. It used to enter the text I was typing (if any) into the current cell and then move to the cell below the current cell. This is what I want.
But for no apparent reason, "enter" now adds a line feed to the end of the text being typed and does NOT go to the next cell below.
Wrap Text is NOT selected and never has been.
How do I make touching the "enter" key move to the cell below the current cell and NOT merely add a line feed to the text being typed into the current cell?
*** EDITED *** FWIW, I just noticed that touching "enter" twice puts a line feed at the end of the text being entered and THEN moves to the cell below the current cell, a bit surprising--why not add a second line feed? After all, if we're allowed to enter entire paragraphs into a cell, why not a generally-accepted properly-formatted second paragraph (blank line between the two)?
Surely the vast majority of users would prefer to have "enter" move to the next cell below the current line (or simply staying in the current cell) than adding a linefeed for possible (but rare) additional lines. I don't get it.
Why is there not an option to specify "enter" key behavior, as in Excel? (Or is there one and that's what I can't find?)