How to Copy and Paste With Keyboard
Many new computer users do not know how to copy text to the keyboard. Instead, they use the right mouse button and the copy command in the context menu. This way of copying text works great. But, unfortunately, it takes too long. In this article, you’ll learn how to copy text using the keyboard.
A Keyboard copy is a very useful feature that saves time and effort.
How to copy text with the keyboard
Keyboard text is copied using CTRL + C. You need to select the text you want to copy, hold down the CTRL key, and then press the C key.
How to paste text with the keyboard
Once you have copied the text, you now need to place it elsewhere. This is done again by pressing two buttons on the keyboard. To paste the copied text using the keyboard, press CTRL + V.
Alternative ways to copy text using the keyboard:
The keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Insert is analogous to CTRL-C and can be used to copy text.
The Shift + Insert combination performs the same function as CTRL + V and can be used to paste the copied text.
How to Copy and Paste With Keyboard on Macbook Air
How to copy and paste on a Mac
First, select the text you want to copy by holding down the left mouse button and dragging on the text.
Copy the text with the Command + C.
Now place the mouse cursor where you want to place the copied text. Press the keyboard shortcut: Command + V to paste the copied content. That is all.
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