With your mouse (or keyboard, if you prefer), select the first character at
the absolute top-left of the column you wish to remove. Then highlight
*everything* on down to the absolute bottom-right of the column you wish to
remove. Then, go to the menu bar, choose Modify -> Block -> Cut and voila,
just that column is gone!
Note, if you have a column which looks like this:
You start by highlighting A, and drag all the way down to include X, right?
Then hit 'cut' or whatnot in the Modify menu. Thing is, the '4' will be left
out. Since NoteTab defines the column by the starting location at the left and
the ending location at the right, it makes no mind about extra characters and
white spaces. So if you need to include that '4' in there, you best put
another character in after 'X'.
(At least, this is all how it works in Pro 4.86d.)
Hope this helps!
> Is it possible, using NoteTab, to select a vertical section of a text
> file --- let's say, 9 characters wide --- and down, say, 70 lines ---
> starting right about in the middle of your screen --- and cut that
> section out?
> If so, how?