There are three ways to copy and paste on a Macbook Pro. The easiest way for a person to do this is to highlight the content, then press Command and C keys at the same time to copy. Pressing Command and V at the same time pastes the item.
The operating system on a MacBook Pro is similar to Windows in some ways. For example, its ability to highlight an item and right click the mouse to bring up options. The user simply needs to select Copy to place the item on the virtual clipboard. The user then inserts the cursor in the desired spot, right clicks again and selects Paste to insert the item.
The last option for copy and paste is for the user to hold the option key while selecting the item. A plus sign appears by the cursor indicating the item is copied. The user then drags and drops the item to the desired location.