Edit|Cut Append

Deletes the current selection and places it on the Windows clipboard. Use Edit|Copy Append to do this without deleting the selection from EditPad. If there is no current selection, and the option to copy the active line is turned on in the Editor Preferences, then the entire current paragraph is deleted and placed onto the clipboard.

If the clipboard already holds plain text data, the selection is appended to the text already on the clipboard, even if the text was placed on the clipboard by another application. Edit|Paste will then paste both the original text plus the selection appended to it.

If the file uses syntax coloring, and the clipboard already holds a rich text version of other text copied by EditPad, then the rich text version is appended to as well. If the clipboard holds rich text copied by another application, Edit|Cut Append removes it from the clipboard.

This command is always invoked on whichever editor is showing the text cursor (vertical blinking bar), regardless of whether you use the main menu, a toolbar button, or a keyboard shortcut.

See also

Edit Menu
Edit|Cut
Edit|Copy Append
Edit|Paste
Block|Rectangular Selections