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I can't highlight and move text in any of my e-mail programs. After I highlight it and try to move it, the circle with an X in it shows up. I don't recall any setting that I changed, but I did download the latest version before this started.

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Are you talking about Hadit email, microsoft outlook express, or some other email program?

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Sounds to me like you are trying to select text from within a picture.

If you want to copy the picture of the text:

  • Go to the lower left of the picture right click and hold down the button at the lower right of the picture.
  • Move you mouse to the upper left corner until the picture is all highlighted (green in outlook express).
  • Left click and select Copy or hit your Control and C.
  • To paste left click and select paste or hit Control and V.

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I'm sorry I'm not being clearer, I really appreciate your time trying to help.

I'm trying to edit the text; for instance, by highlighting text, holding down CTRL, and moving a sentence to a different paragraph in an e-mail. I could always do that before, but now I get the circle with a diagonal line in it. I think I said and X in it before, but it's a diagonal line.

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CMorgan,

Try the following method and see if this works:

1. Use your left mouse button to highlight the text you're interested in.

2. Then right-click your mouse and choose "copy" from the menu that pops up.

3. Move your cursor to wherever you want the info copied to, right-click your mouse and choose "paste" from the menu that popos up.

Good Luck.

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That's what I'm doing now, but I don't want to have to copy and paste, then delete where it used to be. Until recently, I could just highlight and *move* the text to where I wanted it.

Thanks for trying to help.

CMorgan,

Try the following method and see if this works:

1. Use your left mouse button to highlight the text you're interested in.

2. Then right-click your mouse and choose "copy" from the menu that pops up.

3. Move your cursor to wherever you want the info copied to, right-click your mouse and choose "paste" from the menu that popos up.

Good Luck.

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