Scott1x wrote:Never heard of quick edit mode. Never needed it.
The right button is your friend.
The instructions to use it are fairly simple. It's most useful when moving back and forth from DOS to Win, etc. The "Mark" in the drop down Menu is what makes this so simple to use. Right-clicking, even in this mode, remains the staple. It's interesting that Mark is really introduced here. I rarely use this facility, but when I have the need to swap back/forth between DOS & Win it comes in mighty handy and is quite simple to use. Granted, there's a few extra steps to take in Win 7 to get it set up. But, from that point it's just as simple to use as it is on Win 8.
No, there are NO steps in Win7 to make it work.
Bring up the dos window. Do what ever you want to.
Right button, click select all, press enter.
DONE! It's in the copy buffer to be pasted where ever you want.
It was similar on XP as I recall, but that was a while ago.
There is more you can do, but it's all right there on the right button menu.
As I said, the right button is your friend.