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How to copy and paste drawing tools

Updated on 2011-03-22 06:06:12

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Whether you are working with Fibonacci, Gann and simple drawing tools, copy and paste operations can help you quickly duplicate items you have created.

- Select a drawing tool (by clicking on it) then type CONTROL+C. This shortcut creates a copy of the drawing tool you are selecting. Notice the message (Drawing Item Copied) message that is displayed on the top of the chart.
- Type CONTROL+V to paste the previously copied drawing tool. Notice the message (Drawing Item Created) message that is displayed on the top of the chart.
- Select the new drawing tool (On the top of the previous one) and move it.

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