Hi all, I know this question has been asked before and I’ll try and keep the answer this time. I know how to select all by command A and copy with cmd C and so on, but I’ve just copied the body of an email into another email and I want to delete all of the footers and header, short of deleting it letter by letter how do I select all of the text after the curser so I can delete in one go? Thanks Petrus Sent from Petrus' MacBook
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