Palm Pre: Cut and paste Video
Palm Pre: Cut and paste Video Transcript
>> Okay. Here we are gonna show the copy, paste function on the Palm Pre. I have some text written here, so to select text, you press the shift key, and then you can drag your finger anywhere along the screen. It doesn't have to be over the text. And you see it's highlighted. Go to the menu here, edit. And you can say copy. And then you can place the cursor here. We'll select menu again. There it goes. Okay, and then we can paste. So there we see the copied text pasted right onto the memo there. ^E00:00:35
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