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Creating Your Web Pages Part (3)

webpageIf you want to copy the text rather than move it, simply hold down the Ctrl key while you drag the text to its new (duplicate) location. Moving and copying text by dragging takes some getting used to at first—especially if you are sitting in an airplane and doing it on a laptop computer. But it is actually a pretty handy method after you have become comfortable with it.

If you want to copy and move text with menu commands instead, you use the Edit menu’s Cut, Copy, and Paste commands. To move text by using commands, select the text, click the Edit menu, and then click Copy (if you want to copy the text) or Cut (if you want to move the text). Then position the cursor at the exact location where you want to move or copy the text, click the Edit menu and click Paste.

Entering and Formatting Text

Enter text exactly as you would in a normal word processor. Click in the location where you want to add text, and then type your text. Many Web-authoring programs include toolbars of clickable buttons that you can use to format your text as you enter it.

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