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3.13.1 Copy and paste files and folders "Copy" leaves the selected files and folders in their original locations, and creates copies of them in your chosen destinations. Use the ‘Copy’ function as follows: 1. Select the files and folders you wish to copy by pressing “space” on each of them. 2. Open the menu, and choose "Copy" from the list to copy the selected files and folders. You can execute the "Copy" command directly from the file list by pressing "Ctrl-C (dots 1-4)". “Copy completed” message is displayed. 3. Navigate to the destination folder. 4. Open the menu, and choose "Paste". Press "Enter" on "Paste," and your selected files and folders are copied. You can press "Ctrl-v" to execute the "paste" command directly from the file list. When the paste is complete, “Paste completed” is displayed. 3.13.2 Cut and move files and folders "Cut" removes the selected files and folders from their original locations, and moves them to the new locations you have chosen. Use the ‘Cut’ function as follows: 1. Select the files and folders you wish to cut.
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2. Open the menu, and choose "cut" from the menu list. Use "Ctrl-x" to execute the "Cut" command directly from the file list. “Cut completed” message is displayed. 3. Navigate to the destination folder. 4. Open the menu, and choose "Paste". Press "Enter" on "Paste," and your selected files and folders are moved. You can press "Ctrl-v" to execute the "paste" command directly from the file list. When the paste is complete, “Paste completed” is displayed. 3.13.3 Delete files and folders To delete files or folders, navigate to the folders or files that you want to delete, and select them using “Space”. Open the menu by pressing "Space- m (dots 1-3-4)" or “Alt’ and choose the "Delete" option. Press "Enter" on "Delete" to complete the deletion of the selected files and folders. You can also delete selected files or folders by using hot keys; "Ctrl-d (dots 1-4-5)" and "space-d (dots 1-4-5)" can both be used to execute the "Delete" function. “Delete xxx? y/n” prompt message is displayed and an audio alert sounds. If you want to delete the selected folders/files, press ‘Y (dots 1-3-4- 5-6)’. “Delete completed” message is displayed and the selected files/folders are deleted successfully. If you don’t want to delete the selected files/folders, press ‘N (dots 1-3-4-5)’. 3.13.4 Selecting files/folders 1. Select individual items "Space": *(dots 1-6) is displayed in front of the item to denote its selection. Pressing "Space" again on the selected folder or file cancels the selection. 2. Select all ("Ctrl-a (dot 1)") This feature selects all the files and folders in the current list. You can access this feature from the menu, or by using a shortcut key; Ctrl-a (dot1) to select all the files and folders in the current list without entering the menu. To select all via the menu, press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" to open the
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menu. Press the down arrow ("Space-4") to navigate to "Select All". Press "Enter" to execute the "Select All" function. When "Select All" is activated, the Braille EDGE 40 says, "Select all completed". An * appears in front of each file name you have selected. You can cancel the selection of a file or
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