Drag-drop
 
Drag-drop into the article
(1) When one drops a block of text from an external program into TreePad's article, that text is imported into the article at the drop-point. (2) When a hyperlink is dragged from Internet Explorer (or another Webbrowser which supports this), the link is imported into the article at the drop-point. (3) When a file is dropped onto the article (from Windows Explorer or another file manager), a hyperlink to that file is created. Note: it might not be useful to create a file hyperlink when the link points to a location (on your local harddisk) which is not accessible by other users on the network. When creating a file hyperlink, make sure this link is valid to other connected users as well.
 
 
Drag-drop into the tree
(1) After dropping one or more files onto the tree, these files are imported into the tree in a similar way to the import function accessible through:
menu⁄database⁄import⁄into tree
(2) When you drop a selected block of text from the article into the tree, a new node will be created at the drop-point containing the selected article text.
 
 
Drag-drop into the attachment pane
When one drops one or more files (or a directory) onto the attachment pane, these files will be imported in the same way as through the function
menu⁄attachment⁄insert
To be able to do this, please first open the attachment pane by clicking on the 'attachment' button below the article, or by menu⁄view⁄attachments.
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