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gayle amira
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Copy Page/Template Page
« on: Jan 16th, 2008, 4:15pm »
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Is it possible to copy a table on one page and paste on a new page?  
 
 Can I copy an entire page to create a new one?  
 
 Can I create a templat page?
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Re: Copy a Page, Template Page, Copy a Table
« Reply #1 on: Jan 16th, 2008, 4:31pm »
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This is a Frequently Asked Question
www.hyperpublish.com/faq/
use Edit >Search within your browser, and search "copy a table"  
 
2)
www.hyperpublish.com/faq/
use Edit >Search within your browser, and search "copy a page"  
 
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Edit >Select all
Edit >Copy to template
 
you may also copy only a selected section of the page to a template.
 
 
While I am here I copy and paste from the FAQ section:
 
How can I copy a table?
Select the table as above, then press CTRL+INS. Move the cursor to the destination, then press SHIFT+INS.  
 
How can I copy a page within another in same hypertext (with Html I can do it with "save as", then "open". Is there another way in HyperPublish)?  
"Insert >New page", then "New page by copying existing one"; or "New page by copying from another hypertext", ...  
 
You can also use "Edit >Paste page from...".  
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