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Copying a Section of an Audio File for a New File

I am using Adobe Soundbooth CS5.  I figured out last year how to cut / copy a section of a track into a new audio file.  However, I cannot remember / figure that out again.  

I found some tutorials but none of them help me with what I am trying to do.  

Thank you!
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coreybryant
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ScottyworldCommented:
Straight from the manual it says:

Copy, cut, and paste audio
1 - With the Time Selection tool , select the audio you want to copy or cut.

2 - To copy audio to the clipboard, choose Edit > Copy. Or, to remove audio from the current file and add it to the clipboard, choose Edit > Cut.
When you edit audio from a video file, the Cut command silences audio without changing file length, maintaining synchronization with video.

3 - In any file, place the current-time indicator where you want to insert audio, or select the audio you want to replace. Then choose Edit > Paste.
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coreybryantAuthor Commented:
I finally was able to grab that selection that I wanted.  I could not locate the exact way to copy the selection but once I was able to get that done with the icon attached, it was easy enough.

Thank you,
time-selection.png
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