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PasteBoxFormInlineCells

This function has not been fully integrated into the long-term Mathematica system, and is subject to change.

PasteBoxFormInlineCells
is an option for cells that specifies whether a new inline cell is created when a typeset expression is pasted into a non-box-type cell.

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  • With the default setting PasteBoxFormInlineCells->Automatic, an inline cell is created when you paste a typeset expression that has a two-dimensional structure, such as a fraction. An inline cell is not created if you are pasting a typeset expression made up of a single token.
  • With PasteBoxFormInlineCells->True, a new inline cell is always created when you paste a typeset expression.
  • With PasteBoxFormInlineCells->False, an inline cell is not created when you paste a typeset expression into a cell. An inline cell is created, however, if you paste a typeset expression along with a range of text surrounding it. You can also create inline cells manually.
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