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Nuendo® 5 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Ashley Shepherd

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Cut, Copy, and Paste

The most basic editing functions should be familiar to everyone who has used computers and a word processor before. Once you have selected something in the project window, whether by range or event selection, the basic editing functions become available to that material: cut, copy, and paste.

Cut

By using the command Edit>Cut, you may remove the selected events or portions of events contained in a range from the project window. The Delete key performs the same function as does the key combination Cmd+X (or Ctrl+X).

When you are cutting a range from the project window, only the portions of events within that range will be removed. This works exactly like Delete except that all data that has been cut will be stored in the clipboard ...

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