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              1. Relabel Sample Numbers command (Tools menu and Toolbar)

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              3. Pick and Drag command (Tools menu and Toolbar)

              4. Set Rock command (Tools menu and Toolbar)

              5. Merge command (Tools menu and Toolbar)

              6. Insert command (Tools menu and Toolbar)

              7. Set Base Depth command (Tools menu)

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              10. Normal command (Tools menu)

              11. Options command

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Normal command (Tools menu)

Select this to cancel any active Editing Tool and place MEGS_Log in "Normal" mode.

When an editing tool is active the shortcut key for Normal mode is Escape.

In Normal mode:

The behaviour of operations in Normal mode that involve inserting units or shifting boundaries depends on the current Insert Mode. Operations that only involve the creation of a single boundary are not affected by the Insert Mode.

See About Editing Tools for more information.