The Edit menu has commands that allow you to cut, copy, paste or delete selections to and from the a part of your computer's memory called the Clipboard.
The clipboard is an area of your computer's memory used for holding information that is put there by the Cut and Copy commands. It retains information as long as EasiWriter is open on the icon bar.
Information on the clipboard can be copied within a document or from one EasiWriter document to another.
The Cut command removes the current selection from the document, and at the same time makes a copy of it on the clipboard. Any previous information on the clipboard will be replaced. Note pressing the Delete key has the same effect.
The Copy command copies the current selection from the document to the clipboard. Any previous information on the clipboard will be replaced.
The Paste command inserts the contents of the clipboard at the caret. Note: The Insert key also pastes the contents of the clipboard at the caret.
The Delete command removes the selection and does not affect the clipboard. Backspace has the same effect.
Intelligent Cut and Paste
If a word is selected by double-clicking Cut, Backspace and Delete automatically remove the spaces on either side as necessary. Similarly if the word is inserted using Paste or Insert into another part of the document the spaces are automatically added where required.
Drag and Drop
Note: Information can also be moved and copied both within and between documents using Drag and Drop.