Editing a Web page is straightforward, much like editing any word-processing document. To do almost anything, highlight the text you want to change and then make the change. You can also search for a text string using the Composer Find in Page tool.
To highlight text with your mouse, position the cursor at the start of the area you want to highlight, and then click and hold the left mouse button. Drag to the end of the selection, and release the mouse button. Note that you can select as much text as you want in this way: a few characters , a word, a whole paragraph, or a group of paragraphs.
You can also highlight a selection for editing in other ways:
Replacing Selected Text
When text is selected, begin typing. The selection is deleted immediately and replaced with whatever you type. Any surrounding text that was not highlighted remains unaffected.
You can also replace a highlighted selection with the contents of the Clipboard by choosing Edit, Paste. (Of course, you must previously have cut or copied something to the Clipboard; see the section "Copying or Moving Selected Text," later in this chapter.)
Deleting Selected Text
Press the Delete key to delete the selection.
To delete the selection from its current location but copy it to the Windows Clipboard so that it can be pasted elsewhere in the page (or into another page or another Windows document), click the Cut button on the toolbar or choose Edit, Cut.
Copying or Moving Selected Text
To copy a highlighted selection, click the Copy button on the toolbar or choose Edit, Copy. Then click in the location where you want the copy to go, and click the Paste button or choose Edit, Paste.
To move a highlighted selection, click the Cut button on the toolbar or choose Edit, Cut. Then click in the location where you want the selection moved, and click the Paste button or choose Edit, Paste.
Undoing Edits ("Goofs")
If you goof on any edit and wish that you hadn't done it, you can undo it.
To undo the last edit you made, choose Edit, Undo.