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edit mode

[′ed·ət ‚mōd]
(computer science)
A software mode of operation in which previously entered text or data can be modified or replaced.

edit mode

An operational state in a program that allows existing data to be changed. See edit.
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T3_Editing_Course--specifies the edit mode of needed information, materials, and activities of a course (button Activate edit mode).
The screenshot above shows the Lectora interface in Edit Mode with my project open.
Now get out of the edit mode by pressing Esc, go to the toolbar and click on Insert and Name, evoking the Define Name screen.
In normal mode we work with a whole object and in edit mode we work separately with individual vertices, edges and faces.
I'm not sure how I'm going to get OpenOffice documents onto my Palm, it doesn't guess document titles very well, and I can't find a button to page through slides in edit mode, or to step through font sizes, but that's about it.
With tag-based programming, a library of reusable code, and a test edit mode for online troubleshooting, the software is designed as a user-friendly environment that can increase design flexibility and improve engineering productivity.
Peer-editing writers had the highest proportion of hard-copy loyalists, whereas writer-editors had the highest proportion using electronic methods as their primary edit mode.
To edit an existing file you simply browse to the page you wish to modify, click the "Edit" button in the program's toolbar, and Contribute enters Edit Mode if you have permission to change the page.
For most of the rest of our discussion, you should be in Edit Mode.
The edit mode, allows you to assign priorities, indicate categories or write notes along with each item.
Database Record Display Format Notebook allows you to see just one record at a time in the Edit mode.
You can edit segments of the macro from the ready or edit mode.