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Pasting several cells at once

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  • Subject: [mg31062] Pasting several cells at once
  • From: Stegemann at physikDONOT.SPAMtu-berlin.de (Grischa Stegemann)
  • Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2001 03:32:36 -0400 (EDT)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Dear group

Since a couple of weeks I am working with Mathematica 4.0.2.0 (X). 
What still puzzles me is Mathematicas behaviour in connection with 
"copy and paste" of several cells at once.

Assume we have three cells, e.g. (in Expression format)
Cell[BoxData["a"], "Input"]
Cell[BoxData["b"], "Input"]
Cell[BoxData["c"], "Input"] 

Now I select all these three cells, choose "copy" from the Edit-menu 
and try to paste these cells elsewhere in the notebook. 
As a result I always get just one cell instead of the expected three 
ones:

Cell[BoxData[{"a", "\[IndentingNewLine]", "b", "\[IndentingNewLine]", 
  "c"}], "Input"]

This is pretty inconvenient especially if I try to copy and paste more 
complex structures of cells. 

Is there something I can do about this?

Bye, Grischa
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   Grischa Stegemann                     Technische Universität Berlin --



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