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Posted on 1998-07-03
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I am building a web browser and can not find the correct code to use cut,copy,paste. Can anyone please help me.
I want a top line menu that i can use the cut,copy,paste commands to cut,copy,and paste text from the browser to the clipboard.
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ndnet earned 100 total points
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Use the object browser to find the code you need.
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This is so incredibly week. Can't believe I paid then points for this.
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I mean weak. Really weak.
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by:gbarr
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If this is so incredibly weak why cant i get anyone to give me an answer? I have asked experienced visual basic programmers on-line and they couldnt answer my question. And the real weak thing is, is your answer to my question. It shows me that your not interested in helping another programmer that is starting out.
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