Application: Text Web version

In the text editor you can copy, cut, and paste the content of a document: text, tables, images, and shapes.

In viewing mode, you can select and copy text or a link. Text is copied to the clipboard without formatting. Copying of images is not supported.

Copy

When copying, the contents is placed in the operating system clipboard and the content in the original text remains unchanged.

You can copy the content in the following ways:

Click Edit > Copy.

Click the copy Copy button on the Toolbar. If the window size does not allow to display the whole Toolbar, the command will be available by clicking the more More button on the Toolbar.

Right-click with the mouse and select Copy.

Press Ctrl+C (command Cmd+C).

If the text contains a comment, it will be inserted with this comment when you copy and insert it.

To copy a link in the viewing mode, select the text with the link without spaces before or after it, right‑click the link, and choose Copy link address from the context menu. If the link text occupies several lines, the copy command is not displayed in the context menu.

Cut

When cutting, the content is placed in the operating system clipboard and the content in the original text is deleted.

You can cut the content in the following ways:

Click Edit > Cut.

On the Toolbar, click the cut Cut button. If the window size does not allow to display the whole Toolbar, the command will be available by clicking the more More button on the Toolbar.

Right-click with the mouse and select Cut.

Press Ctrl+X (command Cmd+X).

Paste

When you paste, the content from the operating system's clipboard is placed in the document where the cursor is positioned. You can paste data from the clipboard with or without saving the original formatting.

To execute the Paste command, the data to be pasted must be on the clipboard, that is, copied or cut from somewhere beforehand.

To insert data while keeping the original formatting, follow the steps below:

1.Place the cursor where you want to paste the data, or select the text (object) you want to replace with the data from the clipboard.

2.Run the paste command in one of the following ways:

In the Command menu, select Edit > Paste.

On the Toolbar, click the insert Paste button. If the window size does not allow to display the whole Toolbar, the command will be available by clicking the more More button on the Toolbar.

On the context menu opened with the right mouse button, select Paste.

Press Ctrl+V (command Cmd+V).

 

When you paste data without saving the original formatting, only text is pasted from the clipboard. That means that when you insert a table, a shape with text or a link, only the text within these elements is inserted into the document. If the copied or cut text contains images, they are not inserted into the document.

The style of the text to which it is added is applied to the text that is pasted from the clipboard.

To insert data without formatting, follow the steps below:

1.Place the cursor where you want to paste the data, or select the text (object) you want to replace with the data from the clipboard.

2.Run the paste command in one of the following ways:

In the Command menu, select Edit > Paste text only.

On the Toolbar, click the insert Paste button and select Paste text only. If the window size does not allow to display the whole Toolbar, the command will be available by clicking the more More button on the Toolbar.

On the context menu opened with the right mouse button, Paste text only.

Press Ctrl+Alt+V (command Cmd+option Option+V).

To paste the value via the context menu, give the browser permission to access the clipboard.

Mozilla Firefox web browser doesn't allow you to access the clipboard via the command and context menus. Inserting text is only available with the Ctrl+V (command_transparent Cmd+V) shortcut.
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