Context Menus from Tables in Dialog Boxes

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Edition Date: February 2017
Part Number: 375482B-01
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When you right-click in a table in a dialog box, different commands are available.

  The commands that appear depend on the selected component.

 

Command
Description
Initialize from file
Loads the contents of a selected .txt (standard text) or .csv (comma-separated value) file into the table.
Initialize from clipboard
Loads the contents of the system clipboard into the table.
Undo
Undoes the last action performed in the selected cell.
Cut
Removes the selection and places it on the clipboard.
Copy
Places a copy of the selection on the clipboard.
Paste
Pastes the contents of the clipboard to the selected location.
Delete
Deletes the selection.
Insert
Inserts a new row above where you right-clicked.
Export to Excel
Opens the selection in an Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. You must have Excel installed to use this function.
Export to text file
Displays a Save dialog where you save the selection as a text file.
Export to CSV file
Displays a Save dialog where you save the selection as a comma separated value file.
Print
Displays the Print dialog box where you set up and print the selection.
Select all
Selects the entire contents of the cell.
System Commands
Right to left reading order
This is a system level command that is available if you have multiple languages installed on your computer.
In addition to changing the reading order, this command also justifies text on the right side of the screen for languages that use right-to-left reading order, such as Arabic or Hebrew.
Show Unicode control characters
This is a system level command that is available if you have multiple languages installed on your computer.
These characters control how other text is displayed.
Insert Unicode control character
This is a system level command that is available if you have multiple languages installed on your computer.
These characters are tags that help with text flow and direction for languages such as Arabic or Hebrew.
Open IME
This is a system level command that is available if you have multiple languages installed on your computer.
Input method editors (IMEs) make it easier to type in languages that use numerous complex characters.
Reconversion
This is a system level command that is available if you have multiple languages installed on your computer.
Use IME reconversion to convert back and forth between the phonetic spelling of a word (using the standard Western keyboard) and the character that represents that word in its language.

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