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kill_hXc

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Hello there,

I was just wondering. My girlfriend is doing office work for her dad in the summer holidays, basically this involves some very mundane work; scanning, file sorting etc.

Another of these tasks is that she has to cut and paste a lot of information etc from one place to another within a program.

Is there anything which would make it possible for her to cut and paste with a simple button press (or various buttons). Basically can a command line be written to allow her to cut and paste just by highlighting and pressing one button combination?

Cheers,

Tom
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Fenor

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I don't know if you can do a command line to copy/paste, but it is very simple to copy and paste by pressing either CTRL-C or CTRL-V respectively.

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Edited by Fenor, 02 July 2006 - 07:37 PM.

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mike needs help

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if you goto the top of a i-explore window and click edit you will find the short key's for easy access should make work alot easier.

best wishes :whistling:
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acklan

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"Clicks to copy.." (1)Left click hold and drag mouse cursor to hightlight source. (2)Right click while cusor over source. (3)Select and left click copy.

"Click to paste.." (4) Place cursor over target and left click. (5)right click while cursor over is over target. (6) Select and left click paste.

No keys, all mouse.
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