Everything Copying and Pasting Backdrops When you copy a backdrop, its contents are copied along with the backdrop name, colour, and any notes. When selecting a backdrop, all backdrops underneath it are also selected. When you select a backdrop with the Alt key, the backdrop retains its Z order. NOTE A selection that contains only backdrops cannot be copied. How to copy and paste a backdrop Select one or more backdrops to copy and press Ctrl + C (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ + C (macOS). To paste the copied backdrop(s), press Ctrl + V (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ + V (macOS). Note that nodes will be pasted as clones. They will link to the same drawing columns and existing function columns.