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No Copy & Paste For Windows Phone 7 Series

Mar 17 2010, 9:53am CDT | by

No Copy & Paste For Windows Phone 7 Series
 
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One of the (few) really nice things about Windows Mobile is the fact that it can handle cutting and pasting. Surprisingly, we've just learned that this same functionality will be absent from the Windows Phone 7 Series. Engadget reports that Microsoft confirmed the death of clipboard operations for WP7S.

Microsoft did also state that several features cut out of the initial WP7S release will eventually be added in subsequent firmware updates. However, cut & paste is out of the picture for the foreseeable future. Is this a deciding issue for anyone? Or did Microsoft make the right decision?

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