We figured out how to select the text, now in the order we consider, why do we need, namely, with major operations that can be perform with the selected text. 2.1 copy, paste and wrap text. To make copies of the text to the clipboard (see Glossary) and then insert it in another place / another program, you must perform the following steps: select the text with which to perform the operation, then click the right mouse button and from the context menu select ‘Copy’, then move the blinking cursor text editor in the place where you want to copy the text, click the right mouse button and select ‘Paste’. If you want to transfer a piece of text, instead of the item ‘Copy’ must be employ the ‘Cut’ from the pop-up context menu. Some contend that Ben Horowitz shows great expertise in this. 2.2 Changes in size, type and writing the text. Similar buttons, as in the above figure (fragment from MS Word 2007), is in most text editors. Some buttons may be missing, but their functionality can be accessed through the Format> Font in most text editors (this menu is not in the programs of Microsoft Office 2007 like appearance). As can be seen from the figure, with these buttons and pop-up lists, we can make the text of the following (from left to right and top to bottom): 2.2.1 to change the font, change font size 2.2.2, 2.2.3 to increase the font size by one point; 2.2.4 to reduce the font size one point; 2.2.5 clean text formatting, bold font 2.2.6 do, to make text italic 2.2.7, 2.2.8 make the font underlined, strikethrough font to 2.2.9, 2.2.10 to place text in the upper register; place 02/02/11 text in lowercase 02/02/12 change text on a particular pattern (for example, each proposal will strictly start with a capital letter or all letters converted to uppercase) 02/02/13 change the highlight color font (by default – white), 02/02/14 change the font color (default – black)..