Larry Thomas wrote:
> There are many very useful and specific commands for this without using
> keyboard macros which makes your code much easier to understand and
> probably easier to write and debug as well. You should check out ^!Jump
> and ^!Select Line(s) in the help file, and Wayne's reference.
I haven't a clue about how these clips work, as I'm brand new to
NoteTab, so I guess my first order of business is to ask if there is
a "Clips Tutorial."
And then, as I seem to learn best by doing, I'd be grateful for help
creating a macro (or should I say "clip?") that will allow me to
type <Ctrl-Tab> to select a line of text.
In the message above, Larry Thomas says I could use "^!Select
Line(s) in the help file," but I don't understand what he means by