Copying and Pasting in the Command Prompt: A Quick and Easy Guide

Copying and Pasting in the Command Prompt: A Quick and Easy Guide

Copy and Paste in the Command Prompt
To copy and paste in the command prompt, first highlight the text you want to copy. You can do this by using the mouse or by using the arrow keys to navigate to the text and then pressing the Shift key and the Left or Right arrow key to select the text.

Once the text is highlighted, you can copy it by pressing the Enter key, which will copy the selected text to the clipboard.

To paste the text, move the cursor to the location where you want to paste the text and press the Right-click key or the Ctrl+V keys on your keyboard. This will paste the copied text at the current cursor location.

Keep in mind that the copy and paste functionality in the command prompt may not work the same way as it does in other applications, so you may need to experiment to find the right combination of keys that works for your specific situation.



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