3.4.2 The Edit menu
The Edit menu contains commands that are used to execute and
undo parts of the current session. This menu contains the following
Execute worksheet (Ctrl-F9)
This will recalculate each level in the session.
- Execute worksheet with pauses
This will recalculate each level in the session, pausing between
- Execute below
This will recalculate the current level and each level below it.
- Remove answers below
This will remove the answers to the current level and the levels
- Undo (Ctrl+Z)
This will undo the latest edit done to the levels, including the
deletion of levels. It can be repeated to undo more than one edit.
- Redo (Ctrl+Y)
This will redo the undone editing.
This will paste the contents of the system clipboard to the cursor
- Del selected levels
This will delete any entry levels that you have selected.
- selection -> LaTeX (Ctrl+T)
If you select a level, part of a level, or answer with the mouse
(click and drag), this menu item will put a LATEX version of the
selection on the system clipboard.
- New entry (Alt+N)
This will insert a new entry level above the current one.
- New parameter (Ctrl+P)
This will bring up a window in which you can enter a name and
conditions for a new parameter.
- Insert newline.
This will insert a newline below the cursor. Note that simply
typing return will cause the current entry to be evaluated rather
than inserting a newline.
- Merge selected levels.
This will merge the selected levels into a single level.