By Brandon Miniman | May 11, 2009 12:16 AM
For most of you, this may be covering old ground. That said, we realize that Windows Mobile does a good job at hiding certain key system functions, so perhaps this is new information to some.
Windows Mobile touchscreen has been doing copy and paste for a while now, but for non-touchscreen device, it wasn’t until Windows Mobile 6.1 came around that we had this capability. We demonstrate copy and paste on both versions of the platform in this video.