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Sony Sound Forge Audio ver 10.0.  How to copy the music between 2 markers

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My OS iswin 7 prof 64 bit, and I use Sony Sound Forge ver 10.0.  I have a long MP3 file which I have marked with markers.  how do I copy the track say between 7 and 9, which is a long track.  is there a simpler way of doing this.  Thank u for you response.
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Hover your mouse between the markers and double-click to select that section.  If you want a further section selected then hold down the left shift key and do the same.

So in your example double click between marker 7 & 8 then hold down the left shift key and double-click between markers 8 & 9 - you should now have selected the region between markers 7 & 9.

If you are working with a stereo track you can select both tracks if you click on the line dividing Left and Right when you select.

Once you have the region selected your normal editing tools will apply to that highlighted part of the waveform.
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Thank u and well done for the quick response.
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