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How do you use the copy and paste functions?

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To use the copy and paste functions in Windows 7 or newer versions, open the context menu by right-clicking on the content, select the Copy option, navigate to the desired location, and then use the Paste option. Alternatively, use the keyboard shortcuts or the options from the menu bar.

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To copy and paste content via keyboard shortcuts, select it, press the C key while holding down Control to copy the content, click on an empty spot in the location where you want to paste it, and press V while holding down Control. To copy and paste files via the menu bar in Windows Explorer, highlight the desired files, click on the Organize button if you’re using Windows 7 or the File button if using Windows 8, select the Copy option, open the folder in which you want to paste the files, and select the Paste option.

To copy and paste multiple files at once, highlight them by left-clicking and dragging the mouse over them, and use the Copy and Paste functions from the context menu, the menu bar or via keyboard shortcuts. Alternatively, move the files into a single folder, and copy and paste that folder instead of the files. To copy and paste content by dragging it with the mouse, select it, hold down the Control key, drag the content to the desired location, and release the left mouse button.

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