The Edit Menu

Edit -> Undo (Ctrl-Z)

Undo the last change to a note or matrix. Currently this function does not work for anything other than notes and matrices.

Edit -> Redo (Ctrl-Shift-Z)

Reverse the effect of the last "Undo" operation on a note or a matrix. Currently this function does not work for anything other than notes and matrices.

Edit -> Cut Selection (Ctrl-X)

While this command does not currently appear in the Edit Menu, the functionality is provided with the Ctrl-X key. The command copies the current selection to the clipboard and deletes the selection. It currently works for tables and for 2D plots objects.

Edit -> Copy Selection (Ctrl-C)

Copies the current selection to the clipboard. It currently works only for layers.

Edit -> Paste Selection (Ctrl-V)

Pastes the content of the clipboard to the active window. It currently works only for layers.

Edit -> Delete Selection (Del)

Removes the current selection from the project. It currently works only for layers.

Edit -> Delete Fit Tables

Each time you fit your data to some mathematical model, a new table is created in which to put the results of the fit (i.e. the values computed by the model). These tables can be used to plot comparisons of experimental and fitted values. If you have completed several tentative fits, a number of fit result tables may be present in your project. This command allows you to remove the results of all the different fits that you have tested.

Edit -> Clear Log Information

Allows the user to clear the log panel. All history information about analyses performed by the user will be deleted from the project file. The log panel will then be empty.

Edit -> Preferences...

Opens the Preferences dialog.