Text selection and edition using drag and drop

Text edition is undoubtedly the task which occupies the greatest part of our computer work. In spite of the subtle differences between applications, it is possible to outline general methods for text selection and modification, and this, by extension of our knowledge already acquired on drag and drop. This knowledge will not be useful solely in word processing applications, but also in any text modifications we can do on screen.

We will initially make a summary of text selection methods with the mouse and the keyboard, then we will see the various ways for creating and preserving text clippings. Lastly, we will see how to use drag and drop for text edition and to manage information (Internet forms, information fields in various applications). As this text constitutes the third from a tutorial on drag and drop, it is recommended to start by reading the first text.

Make your selection

Text selection can be done in many different ways, and depending on the context, a selection method might appear to be more suitable than another. But even if some global methods can be used in any applications, there are also many exception and methods varies from one application to the other. By trying these methods in your favorite applications, you will be able to master them.

Text selection with mouse clicks

Generally, when you double-click on a word, this one will be selected. Triple-click to select the whole paragraph where the word is (TextEdit, Mail, Pages, Safari, Word). Notice that these selection methods also work in text fields, for example when you enter a name at the time of the saving a document in any application, when you enter some words in a search field or when you enter an address in Safari. In these cases, click three times to select the whole line of the field.

Text selection using the keyboard

As text edition is done mainly with the keyboard, it is sometimes faster to select the text by using keyboard too. However, selection with keyboard is limited to applications where you can edit text, and will not work on a Web page for example. Since selection of several letters or words is similar to a multiple item selection, such as we saw in the first text on drag and drop, we use Shift for text selection. We press, with the Shift key maintained, on the arrow keys to decide in which direction goes our selection. In all the cases, one can remove characters from the selection by changing the direction of arrows (one uses Left arrow after Right arrow or Down arrow after Up arrow, etc.). One could believe that this should add characters at the other end, but it is not the case since we control the selection at only one end (let’s say the head) whereas the other end (the tail) remains fixed. One can of course select more than one letter at the time ! If beside holding the Shift and Left arrow or Right arrow keys, you press Option (alt), you will be able to add words to the selection. In the same way, the Command key (Apple) will allow to make a selection up to the beginning or the end of the line. If you use the Command key with Up arrow or Down arrow, you will be able to make a selection up to the beginning or the end of your document. Lastly, methods described for selections are also used to move the cursor in the text without creating a selection if one uses them without holding the Shift key. Thus, Command key accompanied with Left arrow will bring you to the beginning of the line. One can also select a precise passage of text with the mouse by placing the cursor at the beginning of the selection, by maintaining the Shift key and by clicking at the position where the selection must end. This works in Safari too. Selection with the Option key can be surprising: by dragging the mouse cursor over the document, it allows to select any kind of square shaped text selection (the words will often be cut). That might be helpful in some precise occasions.

Where to store text clippings

Once the text is selected, it is possible to edit your document with drag and drop. Let’s first see how to store a selection that we would like to re-use. Mac OS X offers several methods to preserve text clippings. The most suitable method depends especially on the planned use for these text clippings. It is yours to make this decision, and it is by testing the various methods that you will discover the advantages of them.

Text clippings in Finder: the best way stay organized

The simplest and most effective method to preserve a piece of text is to drag it to the Finder. A text clipping file as this one will then be created:

A text clipping file on the Desktop

A text clipping file on the Desktop This text clipping can then be dragged into any text document where one wishes to add it. The text clippings contain all information for the formatting of text (font, size of the characters, colors, etc.) and this information will be preserved if the application where you drag your clipping allows to reproduce the formatting.A clipping dragged to the Desktop is easily accessible, but as you can drag text to any folder, it is easy to store text clippings with precision. You can thus create folders and sub-folders to classify your clippings, and drag them at the right place. You will also be able to rename the clippings, to use color labels in Finder to classify them, and to search text clippings by their name in the Finder window. Notice however that the text clippings cannot be modified once created, you must thus modify the text which they contain in a text editing application.

Stickies for short notes

Stickies application is very useful to preserve short notes, and those can even contain other elements than simple text (images, PDF, etc.). The principal advantage is that the notes remain within reach, on the screen. It is also possible, by using the Note menu, to maintain a window’s note to the top (Floating Window - it will be always accessible) and to make it Translucent (it will not mask your documents).

Translucent floating note from Stickies

Translucent floating note from Stickies You will also be able to carry out textual search in one of your notes or any notes in Stickies. The notes created are automatically saved at the time you quit Stickies, and they are preserved as long as you do not close their windows. Stickies also offers export and import options as well as the possibility to print the notes. On the other hand, as soon as the text clippings become too long, Stickies becomes more difficult to use.

TextEdit: an ideal text editor for longer notes

A TextEdit document remains the simplest and most effective way to preserve notes. This word processing application allows to use a presentation format adapted to window (Format > Wrap to Window/Wrap to Page) that enables you to obtain a window well adapted to taking notes, and of which you can modify the size according to your needs, without worrying about your document’s formatting and margins. Moreover, in Wrap to Window mode, no button obtrude your creativity (if required, hide the buttons with Format > Text > Show Ruler). Like Stickies and other “Cocoa” applications (created for Mac OS X), TextEdit offers advanced features for text search (the concepts of basic text search were described for messages in Mail). These applications also allow automatic spell checking, automatic word completion (Option-Excape or F5), text edition with Fonts, Colors, Typography and special Characters palettes, the possibility to copy and past text style (Command-Option-C and Command-Option-V), with the addition of Speech synthesis (reading of your document with vocal synthesis). Moreover, you will be able to import and export documents in Word format or in a multitude of other formats.

Drag and drop selections and text clippings

Text edition by dragging and copying

Whether you work with TextEdit or with any “Cocoa” application (Mall, Stickies, etc), with Pages or Microsoft Word, text-editing can be done by drag and drop either from one document to the other (even from one application to another) or inside the same document. In all cases, text dragged from one window to another will be copied, whereas it will be moved if you drag it inside the same document. Those who read my first text on drag and drop will guess that by maintaining the Option (alt) key while dragging text in a document will rather create a copy of this text. Isn’t it nice to see our knowledge applied to new tasks! By using the methods described previously to store text clippings, you will obtain a collection of quotations which you will be likely to re-use in other documents. It does not matter what is your favorite word processing application, most important is to choose a method to store your text clippings which is adapted to your needs thus to the nature for your quotations. It is not a question either to adopt only one, but to effectively use the tools at your disposal. In all cases, these quotations could be dragged to your document in your favorite application at the time of text editing. Lastly, after having praised the merits of TextEdit so much (and of all Cocoa applications, by extension), let us underline some characteristics of Word, which allows the most exotic selections you can imagine! In fact, you can create multiple selections of text (discontinuous selections) by maintaining the Command key between the selections. You can also select a sentence by maintaining the Command key before clicking in the middle of it (attention, abbreviations followed by a point will confuse Word). By double-clicking on a word with the Option key down, you will select it partly, from the beginning to the position of the click. With a tripe-click, you will select the paragraph from the beginning to the position of your click (while cutting the words if needed, since the selection square does not exceed the horizontal position of your click). We can imagine how money for research and development is invested at Microsoft ;-)

Fill of the forms, etc.

Forms on Web pages in Safari

Safari offers of course, by the automatic completion, the possibility automatically insert text in forms. But this feature is useful only if you return on the same form or if the form requires you to insert your contact information. If you are accustomed to filling forms which require the same type of information (for example, a summary of your career on professional sites, technical specifications of your computer on computer-assistance sites or your preferred quotation on discussion sites), then you will save time by storing this type of information in text clippings, as we described above.

Other applications with text fields like Address book, iChat, iPhoto, iTunes

Of course, it is not only with Internet forms that text clippings are useful, but they can be also used to fill all kinds of text fields. If somebody sends his contact information in a message to you, you can create a new card in Address book, drag the contact information in the Note field at the bottom of the card and then drag information towards the suitable fields. Those will replace the gray inputs which appear by default. It is possible to select text in an iChat discussion and to send it again in an instant message. This is useful to answer an already distant line or to repeat a forgotten sentence. One can also drag information which appears in any document to the message field in iChat.iPhoto, iTunes and other applications sometimes require the input of repeated information, it could thus be useful to use text clippings to facilitate this work. If you plan to use a text clipping only during one short moment, it possible to store it temporarily. The benefits of text clippings over copy and paste is that it is possible to preserve more than one text clipping at the same time, and then to use copy and paste for shorter information or finer text edition for example. I hope that the methods described here as well as the suggested use of drag and drop on text will be useful to you in your daily work. If you have other trick for text drag and drop, you can share them with others by using comments at the bottom of this page.

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