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On the "old" Firefox I could copy a section of a web page and tranfer it elsewhere. The new Firefox has an edit option but it always greyed out and unusable. Why can't Icopy a part of a web page??

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I try to copy a UPS shipping tracking ID code so I can transfer it to the UPS tracking web site--but the edit option on the Firefox is always greyed out and will not respond when selected--doesn't work. Therefore I have to copy the code on a piece of paper and then go to the UPS web site and type in the code. It was a lot easier when I could copy the code and transfer it to the UPS page>

I try to copy a UPS shipping tracking ID code so I can transfer it to the UPS tracking web site--but the edit option on the Firefox is always greyed out and will not respond when selected--doesn't work. Therefore I have to copy the code on a piece of paper and then go to the UPS web site and type in the code. It was a lot easier when I could copy the code and transfer it to the UPS page>

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Don't the keyboard commands work, Ctrl+C for copy and Ctrl+V for paste?

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Yes, but Ctrl C and Ctrl V are almost as big a pain as writing it down and typing it in. The "old Firefox" had a copy copy/paste option on the menu--much easier. The current version has an"edit" option on the menu but is in light grey and doesn't respond to "clicks"--why not??? One click and you got it!!

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That Edit menu in the Firefox menu button should have three icons (Cut, Copy, Paste) that are enabled if there is text selected or something is on the clipboard. The arrow at the right of the Edit item will open the Edit menu.

Press F10 or press and hold the Alt key down to bring up the "Menu Bar" temporarily.