Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
I am writing an email, and I want to cut & paste text. How do I do this?
The iPhone way is different. For anything you might want to use in another app, Apple has tried to anticipate the common cases and make them directly available. You don’t copy a picture you took in the Camera app, switch to MobileMail, and paste it into a message; you tap the photo to bring up the toolbar, tap the “do something with this picture” button, and then tap the Email Photo button. You don’t copy a URL from MobileSafari, switch to Mail, and paste it into a message; you tap the URL, then click the Share button that appears. (Which button really should be labeled “Email”, unless and until it offers sharing options other than sending an email.)
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Highlighting is similar to cutting the portion of text to be pasted at an alternative area on the page displayed. Right clicking on the portion of text should generate the features list to cut text as copies to be later pasted onto another area. A situation where text cutting or copying is achievable though does to allow to paste on the same area has alternate capabilities of achieving success. Cut the email text required paste to an opened empty Microsoft word document to edit into desired specifications. Usually, the email has least capacity to allow several functions all at once. A cut text may be possible least allowing pasting since the program is still in enable mode until uncut is achieved. For example, cut the portion required to paste on clipboards or Microsoft word document. Once the text that was cut is pasted elsewhere, the function of cut has been disabled. Returning to the email area requiring pasting should be achievable with an open display area requesting a past feature. In which instance, the open Microsoft document contains the copy that would provide display to the email section requesting displays.
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