Depending on the view, you can select one or more sequences, any portion of a sequence, or a specific portion of sequence corresponding to a feature. The active selection is highlighted in light blue. The selection can then be copied to the clipboard if desired.
|To select…||Do this…|
|A contig||In the Explorer panel, click on the name of the contig.|
|Multiple read sequences||In the Alignment or Strategy view, use Ctrl/Cmd+click or Shift+click to select multiple read sequences.|
|One entire sequence||In the Alignment or Strategy view, click on the sequence name. To search for a sequence by name, open the Sequences section of the Explorer panel and use the search bar at the top.|
|A portion of a constituent or consensus sequence|| In the Alignment or Strategy views:
|Everything that can be selected||Choose Edit > Select All.|
|Nothing (remove all selections)||Choose Edit > Select None.|
|Everything but the currently selected range of the consensus||In the Alignment or Strategy views, drag the mouse across the consensus sequence to select the range you do not want. Then choose Edit > Invert Selection to unselect that portion and select the other part(s) of the consensus.|
|A portion of one sequence||In the lower portion of the Alignment view, drag the mouse across residues in a sequence track while holding down the left mouse button.|
|A track||Click on a track.|
|One or more features and corresponding sequence||Click on a feature to select it. To add additional features to the selection, use Ctrl/Cmd+click.|
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