To use the Cut, Copy, or Delete commands, you must first select a block of text with the mouse, the keyboard, or with the Select All command, below.
Undo the last action in the active editor window.
Redo the last action in the active editor window.
Copies selected text to the clipboard and deletes it from the editor.
Copies selected text to the clipboard.
Copies text from the clipboard to the command line. If the text you insert contains a line feed or carriage return, the command line will be executed just as if you had pressed Enter. If you insert multiple lines, each line will be treated like a command typed at the prompt. Paste will check to see if the Ctrl + Shift keys are down, and if so it will insert a " & " between lines of a multiline paste.
Deletes the selected text from the editor.
Marks the entire contents of the active editor window as selected text.
Move Line Up
Move the selected (highlighted) line up one row.
Move Line Down
Move the selected (highlighted) line down one row.
Displays the Windows folder selection dialog and puts the selected directory name at the current position in the editor.
Displays the Windows file selection dialog and puts the selected filename at the current position in the editor.
Search the contents of the editor window using regular expressions.
Search and replace text in the editor window.
Move the cursor to the specified line number.
Inserts or removes a rem statement at the beginning of the current command line.
Remove Blank Lines
Remove blank lines from the file in the active edit window.
Remove extra spaces from the file in the active edit window.
Replace spaces with tabs in the selected text in the active edit window.
Replace tabs with spaces in the selected text in the active edit window.
Make Selection Upper Case
Convert the selected text to upper case.
Make Selection Lower Case
Convert the selected text to lower case.
Shows a dot for space & tab characters.
Show the CR & LF characters.
Toggle All Folds
Toggles code folding for the file in the active edit window. When using CMD syntax, this only affects command groups. When using TCC syntax, this also affects IF, DO, and SELECT.
Create or remove a bookmark on the current line in the active edit window.
Go to the next bookmark in the active edit window.
Go to the previous bookmark in the active edit window.
Clear All Bookmarks
Removes all bookmarks from the active edit window.
The debugger will automatically save bookmarks (the current batch file name + ".bmark"), and reload them the next time the batch file is loaded in the debugger.
Change the current edit window to read-only, disabling all modify / write operations.