Text Window - Edit Menu
Use this command to cut a highlighted block of text to the clipboard. The formatting information is also copied to the clipboard using a special clipboard format.
Use this command to copy a highlighted block of text to the clipboard. The formatting information is also copied to the clipboard using a special clipboard format.
Use this command to paste the text from the clipboard at the current caret location. If the formatting information is available, this command restores the formatting information properly. You can invoke this function by hitting the Control and V function keys together or select the option from the menu.
This function displays the clipboard data in a number of available formats
Use this command to specify the new width and height for the current picture. This function also allows you to specify the alignment of the picture relative to the base line of the text on the line. You can also change the picture size by simply clicking on a picture and pulling its sizing tabs using the mouse.
The editor remembers your last edit command. Use this function to undo the last edit command. You can invoke this function by hitting the Shift F8 keys together (or select the option from the menu). The editor will display a dialog box containing the information about the edit command to be undone. The dialog box displays line number, column position, type of undo (delete/insert/edit) and the contents of the undo buffer. You may modify the target line number or column position. Confirm the operation by clicking on the OK button. When reversing a delete operation, the editor will restore the deleted text in its original format.
The function reinstates the command undone by the previous undo command.
This option is used to select the entire document.