"Cut Copy & Paste" Using your mouse and keyboard.
You can learn some simple tricks that will do complex work
for you in no time at all. Great Stuff Here
text you want to copy . Now, hold down your left mouse
button as you drag your mouse over the selection of text
you wish to copy.
mouse cursor over the text. You can select some or all of
the text by going right to left or left to right it does
not really matter. Once you selected the text you want to
copy, let go of the left mouse button.
the selected section.
to paste the text into.
you want the text or image to appear
select paste. The copied text/image will appear.
was going to be complicated.
you cut the text/image it is removed completely from the
document that you cut it from and not just copied, but it
can still be pasted.
Text and Images. Your Doing Great
on a computer was done using the keyboard. Today, you can
still do TONS of stuff with the keyboard that you could
never accomplish with your mouse. You just have to know
of the stuff on your screen, safely minimizing it to the
bottom of your screen where your Task bar lives (next to
the Start button) by holding down the Windows logo
(Microsoft Logo) key and pressing the letter 'D'.
keys to the left of the spacebar and to its right. Try it.
Hold down the logo key... press 'D'... and release 'D'...
then release the logo key. Easy Huh!!
release the key. Press and release it to activate the Start
Menu. Simply Amazing when you know some little tricks.
Word processor such as Word, Notepad, or even e-mails.
E-mail, web Page you want to copy too. Place you mouse
cursor over the text and highlight (left click on the
mouse) the text you want to copy) then hold down the Ctrl
key and press the 'C' key. You won't see anything happen.
click once where you want the next to appear to set the
cursor. Then, hold down the Ctrl key, and press the 'V'
key. The text will appear. If it doesn't, you didn't
highlight the text from the previous document.
you want. We just learned that in first part of the
tutorial remember, sure you do. You can highlight text with
the keyboard, too.
body of this email. Doesn't matter where it’s only a test,
you can't hurt anything. Now, hold down the Shift key and
press the right arrow key. See the text being highlighted?
It's being 'selected'! You can use the arrow keys to go up,
down, right, left what ever you like.
copy, and Ctrl + V to paste.
handy for you.
Ctrl + X ------Cut
pasting text. Make a back up copy of the document your
working on just in case. Remember you can use the Ctrl + Z
key to undo (restore) what you cut as long as you do not
close out of the original document.
if you want to save the changes to the document, if you say
"yes" the text you cut is removed from that document.
E-mails work a little different, you can copy from an open
email, but you cannot cut from it.
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