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Cuts out the selected object and stores it on the clipboard. The object can be reinserted from the clipboard by using Paste.
Inserts the element that you moved to the clipboard into the document. This command can only be called if the contents of the clipboard can be inserted at the current cursor position.
Opens a sub-menu in the Gallery from which you can choose Copy or Link. The selected Gallery object is either copied into the current document or a link is created.
If you have selected an object in your document, then a new insertion will replace the selected object.
Inserts the selected picture as a background graphic. Use the sub-menu commands Page or Paragraph to define whether the graphic should cover the entire page or only the current paragraph.
Copies the selected element to the clipboard.
Deletes the current selection. If multiple objects are selected, all will be deleted. In most cases, a confirmation question appears before objects are deleted.
The object is either physically deleted from the data carrier or the object display is removed, depending on context.
If you choose Delete while in the Gallery, the entry will be deleted from the Gallery, but the file itself will remain untouched.
Use the Open command to open the selected object in a new task.
Enables a selected object to be renamed. After selecting Rename the name is selected and a new one can be entered directly. Use the arrow keys to set the cursor at the beginning or end of the name to delete or add to part of the name or to reposition the cursor.
Updates the view in the window or in the selected object.
The element selected is displayed in the Gallery at maximum size. Double-click the preview to switch back to the normal Gallery view.
This command can be activated if an object is selected. A link named "Link to xxx" (xxx represents the name of the object) will be created directly in the same directory as that of the selected object.