Copying and Cutting text
 
The Copy and Cut commands both copy the text into the Windows Clipboard, where it may be pasted somewhere else. The only difference is that Cut deletes the original text from the article, so (as in many text editors) before the text is put into the Windows Clipboard.
 
To copy highlighted text including any formatting
Note that you can use this method to copy images too, subject to certain limitations1.
 
To copy highlighted text as plain text
This will remove all formatting from the text before copying it to the Windows Clipboard.
 
To copy just the formatting of a block of highlighted text
See Copy special and Paste special.
 
To cut highlighted text including any formatting
Note that you can use this method to move images too, subject to certain limitations1.
 
To copy the contents of an article to the Windows Clipboard from the Tree pane, right-click the corresponding node icon in the Tree pane to bring up the Tree context menu and select Copy ⁄ Article. See Copying the article contents.
 
To extract a hyperlink address and copy it to the Windows Clipboard, click Article context menu ⁄ Copy special ⁄ Copy shortcut. See Copying and pasting hyperlinks.
 

 
Notes:
1. See Copying or moving text and images
2. When you copy and paste text, TreePad also copies and pastes its formatting. This may have unexpected effects at times. For example, if you copy some text from a paragraph with left alignment, center-align the cursor at its destination and then paste in the text, the pasted text will spring back to the left margin and you will have to re-align it centrally.
3. See also Automatic paste.
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