Selecting with the mouse
Left mouse +
Left mouse +
Copying and pasting a directory/program
To create a new directory or program that is similar to an existing program, you can save
time by copying the old directory or program and only changing selected programs or
The capability of copying and pasting directories and programs can also be used to
exchange data with other systems via USB/network drives (e.g. USB FlashDrive).
Copied files or directories can be pasted in a different location.
You can only paste directories on local drives and on USB or network drives.
If the current directory is write-protected for the user, then the function is not offered.
When you copy directories, any missing endings are added automatically.
All letters (except accented characters), numbers, and underscores are permitted for name
assignment. The names are automatically converted to upper-case letters, and extra dots
are converted to underscores.
Operating Manual, 03/2010, 6FC5398-7CP20-1BA0
Click on element: The element is selected.
A previously existing selection is canceled.
Expand selection consecutively up to the next click.
Expand selection to individual elements by clicking.
An existing selection will expand to include the element you clicked.
13.8 Copying and pasting a directory/program