Copying the node path
 
The 'copy node path' function copies the path of the currently selected node onto the Windows clipboard.
A node path is a string of characters containing the names of all ancestor nodes, separated by slashes. It terminates with the name of the node itself.
 
Example
The path of the current node (of the article which you are reading) is:
TreePad manual⁄TREEPAD REFERENCE⁄The Tree pane⁄Naming nodes⁄Copying the node path
 
 
To copy the node path onto the Windows clipboard, first select a tree node, then click:
 
Main Menu: Tree⁄Copy⁄Node path
 
or
 
Tree context menu: Copy⁄Node Path
 
After having copied the node path, you can paste it into a TreePad article, or into another program (such as an email program, text editor, word processor).
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