The Edit tab is where you set the way you'd like to work with keyframes. It's also where the controls for adjusting splines, or groups of splines are. In addition, if you right-click on the Customize tab itself you will be presented with the Edit context menu.
Undo/Redo: Use these to undo or redo the action listed.
Create/Delete/Move Key: Use these to bring up their respective pop-up windows.
Bake Key Range: This brings up a pop-up window where you can set a range (using the In and Out fields) to bake the frames. Baking will "lock" the motion onto every frame. In other words, it will put a keyframe on every frame within the range (the In and Out). The pop-up window allows you to set the In and Out point that you want to bake between. You also have the option of turning on Use Computed Values, which will take into account external things that have an effect on the motion, such as expressions, Compose, etc.
Erase Key Range: This brings up a pop-up window where you can set a range (using the In and Out fields) of keyframes you want to erase.
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