The following procedure will allow you to paste Append markers with the data. Use the Analysis->Find Cycle function to place markers in the data at the time when the append markers occurred.
Go to Analysis->Find Cycle.
Choose Locate Cycles from events.
choose General->Append. Uncheck Match Pairs of events only.
Click on Selection tab.
Make sure it reads Starting event plus 0 seconds for left edge and Ending event + 0 for the Right Edge.
Click on Output Tab.
Under Events, check the output events box. Event 1 should be set as follows: Left Edge, At Edge, Waveform onset (or whatever other marker you want to use to place at the append marker locations); output channel should be set to one of the data channels. Set Event 2 to None.
Click Find All Cycles. New markers will be placed at the locations corresponding to the append markers and can be copied along with the data.
If you only have a few Append markers that you want to paste, the following option might prove a little easier.
Open up the event palette from Display->Show->Event Palette.
Select each Append marker.
From Selected Event Channel, change from Global to one of the analog channels. The append markers will now appear on that analog channel and can be copied and pasted.
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