The Truth Behind Cut & Paste



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Greyed out. Hence not doable. At least for me it is.


Lisa Weddle

Sounds like Joswiak is a little touchy about being told that his antenna is "much too small". heh heh.



I'm not sure I understand what you're talking about, Art. If you go to the top menu bar and go to the Edit menu, you'll be able to use your mouse to "Cut" what you've selected and then paste it where you want. Copy, Paste, and Cut are all under the Edit menu in every program I've ever used on a Mac.

The words 'too @*#!-ing busy' shouldn't be in a waitress' vocabulary. - Mr. Pink



What's an office suit? (As far as an iPhone office suit is concerned...) The biggest reason I'd like copy/paste capabilities is so that Smile On My Mac could come up with a Textexpander iPhone edition. (No, I don't work for them, but I do use Textexpander constantly on my MacBook Pro.)



As a converted Windows user, I have often asked how to do cut and paste without the keyboard in Tiger or Leopard, and no one has ever described a method. So I copy and paste, then delete. Such a shame that is not in the contextual menu. Or am I missing something. Believe me, this is something I would love to be wrong about.

Loving my new iPhone. I just can't believe how easy it is to master.

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