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Chapter 4. Working with Web Page Text > Moving and Copying Text

Moving and Copying Text

Text can be moved and copied in FrontPage just like in other word processing software. You can move or copy text within a Web page, between Web pages, or to another program. When you cut (for a move) or copy text or graphics, FrontPage places it on the Clipboard. To complete the copy or move, you paste the data stored on the Clipboard in another location. When you paste an item, a button, known as a smart tag, allows you to immediately adjust how information is pasted or how automatic changes occur. To copy or move text or graphics without using the Clipboard, you can use a technique called drag-and-drop. Drag-and-drop makes it easy to copy or move text or graphics short distances on your Web page.

Move or Copy Text Using Drag-and-Drop

Select the text you want to move or copy.

To move the text from its current location, drag the selection to the new location, and then release the mouse button.

To copy the text to a new location, hold down Ctrl and drag the selection to the new location, and then release the mouse button.


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