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adobe audition how do I crop out the beginning of a multitrack session

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I am new to audition.  I have a multi track recording.  On the top recording I deleted some areas.  I have a 4 minute long grey area before my track due to the deletions.  If I drag my track to the 0 min mark, the front of the track will come but it only drags until where I made a deletion.  How can I move all layers at once or delete the beginning of the track.  I am having issues trying to deleted it in the same way I deleted the actual recording using the razor tool.  I can't get it to work in the other area.
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Hi, I dont use Adobe but use cyberlink power director, looks similar
Have you locked the audio tracks or video tracks. used the merge?
to give you some insights video tutoriasl help the most since these programs can be quite complex without having read the manual first.
sights I use is
Enhanced Multitrack Editing in Adobe Audition CC
http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-audition-cc/enhanced-multitrack-editing-in-adobe-audition-cc/
Adobe Audition >Youtube
Working with multiple tracks youtube
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