I think what most peaple use are the mark, cut and yank commands.
C-\space at the beginning
move the cursor to the ned
C-w to delete the text
move to the secone area you want do mark
move to the end
now nove to the place you want the second text inserted
now move to the place you want the first text insertted
C-y M-y gets the first text out of the yank buffer
(last 16 kills are recorded in the yank buffer M-y allows you to step
them to find the one you want)
This seems to do the trick in most cases but if you do this a lot you
might want to create a macro.
C-x-( commands X-x-)
or bind it to your favorite funtion key
As always C-h-i for the manual will give you what you need.
select keyboard macroes
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