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  • NotebookDelete[ notebook ] deletes the current selection corresponding to the specified notebook object.
  • Using NotebookDelete in the kernel is equivalent to using the Clear command in the front end.
  • After NotebookDelete, the current selection becomes an insertion point at the position of the deleted material.
  • notebook must be a NotebookObject, as returned by NotebookOpen, etc.
  • See the Mathematica book: Section 2.10.3.
  • See also: NotebookRead, NotebookWrite.