COPY CUT AND PASTE ON A FORM IN VISUAL.NET

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VB.NET 2003
Visual Basic .NET
I am attempting to place a copy, a cut, and a paste button(s) on a toolbar at the top of a form with many fields. The buttons are easy but the code and examples only deal with copying from a known textbox etc. I want to be able to highlight, copy to the clipboard, and then paste the data anywhere in the form. (i.e. from TextBox1.txt to Textbox7.txt or from TextBox3.txt to TextBox5.) Can it be done using Visual Basic.Net 2003? Seemed like a simple process but as always...
ASKED: September 10, 2008  12:24 PM
UPDATED: September 10, 2008  12:55 PM

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I beleive that the Copy/Paste function is “native” to Visual basic and Windows, and as such there is not a need to code the funtion into your program. I’ve written a few short programs in VB.NET 2003 and the <CTRL>-<C> and <CTRL>-<V> key combinations just seem to work with out my adding code for that function. Is there a specific instance where copy/paste is not working correctly, or some way you want it to work differently?

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