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The HTML Editor toolbar has four editing options:

Editing tools in HTML toolbar


Undo

location of undo button in HTML toolbar

If you make a mistake, want to remove an image, or undo some styling you just added to your HTML page, you can use the Undo option. Simply,

  1. Click the Undo icon.
  2. Double click to remove the last 2 things you did in the HTML editor, triple click to remove the last 3, and so forth.

Note: Once you Save/Update your work, you can no longer use the Undo option.


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Redo

Use the Redo tool to reverse the last change you made using the "undo" button.

location of redo option in HTML toolbar

  1. Click the down-facing triangle to the right of the "undo" button.
  2. Select Redo from the menu.

Note: Once you Save/Update your work, you can no longer use the Undo option.


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Cut

Location of cut tool in HTML toolbar

Use the Cut tool to delete content.

  1. Highlight the text you want to cut.
  2. Click on the Cut button (looks like a pair of scissors).
  3. If you want to use the cut content elswhere, place your cursor where you want it and use the following keys:
    1. PC: Ctrl+V
    2. MAC: Command+V
  4. When you are finished, use the Publish (or Update) button to save your work.

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Copy

location of copy button in HTML toolbar

Use the Copy tool to copy content that you want to use elsewhere.

  1. Highlight the text you want to copy.
  2. Click on the Copy button.
  3. Place your cursor where you want to paste this material and use the following keys:
    1. PC: Ctrl+V
    2. MAC: Command+V
  4. When you are finished, use the Publish (or Update) button to save your work.

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