[ name ]

[ { BEFORE | AFTER } line-label ]




The name of a Named Private Clipboard. If omitted, the standard Windows clipboard is used.



If specified, the clipboard is copied before, or after, a defined line label.

If a before/after line label is not specified, the clipboard is copied into the current edit file in one of the following ways:

  • before a B line command
  • after an A line command
  • repeatedly before the lines in a BB block
  • repeatedly after the lines in an AA block
  • into an O/OO block, overlaying the existing lines with lines from the clipboard
  • into an OR/ORR block, overlay-replacing the existing lines with lines from the clipboard
  • into an H/HH block, replacing the existing lines in that H/HH block


If ERASE is specified, the clipboard will be erased after the PASTE operation is completed.


PASTE copies data from the Windows clipboard to the current edit session.

To Paste data into an empty file:

On the Command line, type:


Press Enter. THe data is copied.

To Paste data into Edit data that is not empty:

Use the A,  B, AA, BB, or H/HH line commands to indicate where the copied data is to be inserted. However, a number indicating that the A or B command should be repeated cannot follow the line command.

On the Command line, type:


The O, OR, or H command can have a count to indicate the number of lines to be overlaid.

If the edit session is not empty, and you do not specify a destination with the A, B, AA, BB, H/HH, O/OO or OR/ORR line command, a error message appears in the upper-right corner of the panel, and the clipboard data is not copied.

See also information on CLIP mode, and Named Private Clipboards, in Windows Clipboard, Cut and Paste.

Mapping the CUT and PASTE primary commands

Because the CUT and PASTE primary commands perform a line-oriented copying and pasting of data, similar to how Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V perform a text-oriented copying and pasting of data, many users will want to create key mappings for the CUT and PASTE commands.

In order to be of the most benefit, you may wish to define these mappings so that the current cursor location is saved and restored, so that its location doesn't "jump around" as SPFLite processes these commands.

Here are some suggested key mappings using Alt-C and Alt-V you may wish to try:

Copying lines of text to the clipboard: Use C/CC or M/MM to define the line range first:

Map Alt-C to:        (SaveCursor)(Home)[CUT](Enter)(RestoreCursor)

Pasting lines of text from the keyboard: The key mapping inserts an A line command for you on the current line:

Map Alt-V to:        (SaveCursor)(LineNo)[A](Home)[Paste](Enter)(RestoreCursor)

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