Hotkeys/Editing

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This section is up to date for TED Notepad version 6.1.1.0.
Ctrl+Z Undoes the last action.
Alt+BkSpace
Ctrl+Y Redoes the last undone action.
   
Ctrl+Q Inserts recently deleted text.
Ctrl+J Inserts recently inserted text.
   
F6 Inserts current file name.
Ctrl+F6 Inserts current full path and file name.
   
F5 Inserts actual time and date.
Shift+F5 Inserts actual time and date in the long format.
Alt+F5 Inserts actual date and time.
Alt+Shift+F5 Inserts actual date in the long format and time.
Ctrl+F5 Inserts actual date.
Ctrl+Shift+F5 Inserts actual date in the long format.
   
Ctrl+Del Deletes entire word to the left from the caret. If no word is there, deletes all white-spaces or a single character otherwise.
Ctrl+BkSpace Deletes entire word to the right from the caret. If no word is there, deletes all white-spaces or a single character otherwise.
Alt+Del Deletes the entire actual line.
Ctrl+Shift+Del Deletes the rest of the actual line.
Ctrl+Shift+BkSpace Deletes the actual line from its beginning up to the actual caret posision.
   
Ctrl+Enter Auto-indents the text after starting a new line.
Ctrl+Shift+Enter Copies the text that preceedes the caret from the actual line to a new line.
   
Alt+Ctrl+Up Selects the current whole line and moves it upwards by one line.
Alt+Ctrl+Shift+Up Selects the current whole line and moves it upwards by more lines.
Alt+Ctrl+Down Selects the current whole line and moves it downwards by one line.
Alt+Ctrl+Shift+Down Selects the current whole line and moves it downwards by more lines.
   
Ctrl+Space Shows the Complete Word dialog in order to complete a word that is to the left from the caret.
Ctrl+Shift+Space Copies a word that is directly above the caret, but also on a line that is similar to the actual line. Similarity means that it starts with the same phrase as the actual line.
   
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