Data Transfers

Many useful operations can be performed simply by dragging a document part to another location. In the picture below, the most important possible transfers are depicted. Every color arrow captures a possible transfer made either through clipboard (the operations Copy/Paste, shortcuts Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V) or by mouse drag.

Notes

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The items from each section can be copied both within each section of the document and also between documents.
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Copying a view or output item into the Data section saves its current state.
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Copying marked table rows or a text portion into the Data section saves the marked data.
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Copying a data item into the View section stores the view currently applied to the data item. The stored view will be continuously updated in order to reflect the changes made in the data.
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Copying a data/view item into the Presentation section stores the current presentation of the item. The stored presentation can be then further modified.
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Copying a data/view/presentation item into the Output section creates an output text corresponding to the presentation of the item. The output text will be continuously updated to reflect the state of the data.
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Copying a data/view/presentation item or marked table rows into a rich-text editor creates a text representation of the data. The text thus created will not change upon source data modifications.

Further Information

Further information on these topics can be found in the following chapters of the Reference Guide:
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