Support Documentation (WIP) Paste Using the Paste buttons
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Documentation - Paste

The Paste features in the editor, which consist of the Cut, Copy, Paste and Paste as Plain Text buttons, are used to copy content from the editor to other locations, or paste content into the editor from outer sources.

Cut
cutCut selected editor contents to the clipboard. The selected contents will be removed from the editor. This button can also be accessed form the right-click Context Menu in the editor.

The shortcut key combination for the Cut action is CTRL+X on the PC or CMD+X on the Mac.

Copy
copyCopy selected editor contents to the clipboard. This button can also be accessed form the right-click Context Menu in the editor.

The shortcut key combination for the Copy action is CTRL+C on the PC or CMD+C on the Mac.

Paste
pastePaste html contents from the clipboard into the editor. Pasted contents will be cleaned of certain html elements (Word specifc styles etc.) based on the Paste parameter settings. This button can also be accessed form the right-click Context Menu in the editor.

The shortcut key combination for the Paste action is CTRL+V on the PC or CMD+V on the Mac. If the Paste As HTML is disabled in the Paste Parameters the shortcut key will execute the Paste as Plain Text action.

Depending on the browser and Paste parameter settings, this action may open a dialog box for the contents to be pasted into prior to it being pasted into the editor, due to security restrictions in some browsers.

Paste as Plain Text
pastetextPaste contents from the clipboard into the editor as plain text. Linebreaks will be converted to paragraphs

or linebreaks
based on the Editor Global Configuration Newlines setting.

Depending on the browser and Paste Parameter Settings, this action may open a dialog box for the contents to be pasted into prior to it being pasted into the editor, due to security restrictions in some browsers.

Last Updated on Saturday, 21 August 2010 12:07