The Edit > Delete Special command opens the Delete dialog box, which allows you to remove selected objects from the project. It doesn't put them on the Clipboard, so they can not be subsequently pasted. You can specify the following objects to remove:If you select this check box, Cakewalk uses ripple editing (Ripple Edit Selection) to close the gap that results after deleting the current selection.When Delete Hole is selected, also select Shift by Whole Measures if you want the data that comes after the hole to retain its same relative placement in a measure
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