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One response to “Windows Phone 7 Clipboard Features Exhibited in Video”

  1. nigelH01

    Re – editing in WP7.
    I am quite surprised that Microsoft actually released an o/s or mobile version of Office without any cut/copy/paste, i.e. clipboard feature.
    Also, I should hope that the inability to place the insertion point anywhere within a text string such as a file-name or email address in order to correct it without having to delete back to the location of the typo (up/down/left/right keys) has been addressed in the update. Did they think that everybody had matured to the extent of never making typos – or perhaps they believe that having had this problem with our satnavs for a few years, we have grown to accept it’s inevitabilty?