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Chapter 4 Creating and Manipulating Objects
The cut and copy options place a selected object or objects in a paste buffer--cut removes it from the screen entirely while copy places a copy of it in the paste buffer and leaves it intact in the display. After you have placed an object in the paste buffer, you can then invoke the paste option to place the object in the same or another display. The copy and cut options are in the Modify menu, so an object or objects must already be selected before you choose them, but the paste option is in the Create menu, so all selected objects must be deselected before you choose it.
To copy an object or objects:
To cut an object:
The past buffer works like the "clipboards" in other application programs. It only holds whatever was last placed in it. If you cut an object and then cut a second object, unless you pasted the first object using the paste option, it will be lost.
To paste the contents of the paste buffer onto the display:
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