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Using the Clipboard to Copy, Cut, and Paste

The built-in Clipboard remembers the last item you Cut or Copied and lets you Paste it into another location or application. Let's say you're in MEMO with a document open.

  1. 1. Move the cursor to the beginning of the text you want to copy.
  2. 2. Press and hold down (<Shift>) and move the cursor to the end of the text you want copied.
  3. 3. Press (Fn) (=) to copy the text to the clipboard or (Fn) (.) to Cut the text out of the existing document and copy it to the clipboard.
  4. 4. Move the cursor to the place to which you want to copy the text.
  5. 5. Press (Fn) (+) to Paste the text back into the document. Alternate Cut, Copy, and Paste key combinations familiar to Windows users are available. Highlight the desired text as described above and press (CTRL)-(X) to Cut, (CTRL)-(C) to Copy. When you're ready to Paste, press (CTRL)-(V).
You can Cut and Paste between any built-in application. Use the Cut or Copy function if you want to Paste something elsewhere do not use the DEL key! If you highlight a block of text and press (DEL), it is not saved in a memory buffer and cannot be pasted to another location.

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