To copy and paste MATLAB figures to the clipboard, select Edit from the menu at the top of the Figure window. Then select Copy. Your figure now exists in the clipboard. To paste, simply choose Paste from the Edit menu in your application.
You can copy data from the AimAdt grid window to the clipboard, but at this time you cannot take data from the clipboard and paste it back into the grid. Data is copied as a numeric array, not as image data. The copied data can be pasted into an external application such as Microsoft Excel.
F.A.Q - Program
If you have any of the above, please install DigiBook® 2005 Light to overwrite your currently installed program. No uninstallation of your currentl program is necessary before installing v.11 Light. All the albums/bookshelves will remain as they were in ver.10 program, while program gets upgraded. NO albums or pictures will be lost as a result of this update. If you have any of the above, please install DigiBook® 2005 Light to overwrite your currently installed program.
WhiteStork Multilingual Dictionary
Yes. If you want to paste a text from the clipboard into a find toolbar entry choose Paste from Edit submenu in application menu or in context sensitive menu.
MFC / AppWizard / ClassWizard FAQ
By default, the Cut, Copy, and Paste options of the clipboard are disabled in your application. Part of this has to do with the complexity of working with the Clipboard and it's ability to store a variety of data types such as bitmaps and text. You will have to enable and disable the menu items yourself (via code), as well as implement the Cut/Copy/Paste operations you want. See end of this topic for more details.
Gamry FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions
My Version 3 EIS300 Electrochemistry Impedance Spectroscopy Software is giving me a "Stuck in a Reading Loop" error. Computers are great...except when they're NOT! If you're stuck in a reading loop, this FAQ can set you free.
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
Hold down the left mouse button and pass the cursor over the keycode. This will highlight the code in black. Let go of the mouse button and move the cursor to the center of the highlight without pressing any buttons. Put the cursor in the registration window, press the right-most mouse button again and select "Paste" from the pop-up menu. The keycode should appear in the registration box. Be sure to eliminate any spaces before or after the code so you can have a clean paste.
Highlight - Position the mouse pointer at the top left of the code. Press down the left mouse button and while holding it down drag the mouse to the bottom right of the text. This should highlight the text to copy. Copy - Whilst the mouse pointer is over the highlighted text click the right mouse button and select 'Copy' Paste - Click where you wish the text to be inserted.
Very carefully, and only if you need to copy the scrambled password somewhere. Note that many utilities save a clipboard "history" for future use. If you copy your passwords to the Clipboard, they could be available for future use. This is especially a problem in public computers. Never use the "Copy To Clipboard" option on a public computer.
UT Physics Linux FAQ
Under X-windows, use your mouse. Highlight the text to be copied, switch to the location where you want to copy it, and press the middle mouse button to paste. This works nice and fast, as long as during the switching you do not deselect the original text. If your mouse has only two buttons (no middle button) use "both buttons together" or perhaps the right button (which combination works depends on your setup). Note that on a "wheel" mouse the wheel is the middle button.
Welcome to Facilities Management - Serving the SIUE Communit...
The ClipBoard, a weekly electronic newsletter sent to faculty, staff and the Clipboard Listserv via e-mail, provides current information on ongoing construction projects on campus. It also keeps building occupants abreast of outages, road closings, emergency repairs, etc.
Math Department Computing FAQ
No. First, matlab is terribly expensive software. The Math Department spends many thousands of dollars each year for its PC and Unix matlab licenses, so we can't just give them away. Also, in the short-term past, all our licenses were in use. Due to a recent matlab purchase, we now have extra licenses. Alas, the guidelines I inherited were not in compliance with the terms of the license. Mathworks' academic license specifically states that it is valid for *on-campus* computing only.
Frequently asked questions about ReportHost
All modern operating systems such as Microsoft Windows have a feature where you can "copy" selected items to a thing called the "clipboard", where those items are temporarily stored. You can then "paste" the contents of the clipboard to another location. Typically this is used for duplicating text from one document to another.
Frequently Asked Questions
Deferring the generation of the clipboard data until a request is received from another application has a number of advantages: A cut or copy operation can be nearly instantaneous, even for very large data, as no actual data are being transferred. It is more open-ended in terms of clipboard data types, since not all data formats need to be generated up front.
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Word's Copy command to edit a document involves copying text to the clipboard and then pasting the text anywhere at anytime, and as many times as you need it. The text will remain on the clipboard until you overwrite it by cutting or copying another selection. At times you may want to copy text without replacing the Clipboard's contents.