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    Copy and paste

    When forming LaTex expressions, is it possible to copy and paste ?
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    It is always possible to copy and paste.

    Please give more context. Are you talking about the forum or an external program? Do you want to copy an image of a formula or the LaTeX text that generates it?
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    In our messaging system.
    If I have two LaTex expressions to input that are pretty much the same, I would like to be able to copy and paste and then make the minor alterations.
    There don't seem to be any copy and paste buttons available ?
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    When one clicks on "Reply to Thread", the forum opens a built-in mini-editor where one types the response. This editor offers typical basic functionality, in particular, keyboard shortcuts. It understands Home, End, Shift-arrows to select text, Ctrl-C to copy, Ctrl-V to paste, etc. You can also select Edit | Copy from the menu in your browser after selecting some text.
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    Thanks, I've not been in the habit of using keyboard shortcuts, so this had not occured to me.
    It should save me some work in the future !
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    See my post "Latex Newbie."
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