Use the copy, cut and paste functions on a computer by utilizing keyboard commands or by right-clicking the mouse. Some programs also allow users to cut, copy or paste via options from the edit menu at the top of the scr... More »

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To cut and paste, highlight the desired content with the mouse, choose the Cut option from the right-click context menu, navigate to the desired location, and select Paste from the same menu. Another option is to press X... More »

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To cut, copy and paste on a computer, open a word-editing program such as Microsoft Word, type the text into the page, highlight it, and then right-click on the highlighted text to view the Cut, Copy and Paste options. A... More »

Copy and paste information on a computer by highlighting the information with the mouse, selecting the copy function, clicking on the destination point and then using the paste function. Most computer operating systems a... More »

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To cut, copy and paste on a computer, open a word-editing program such as Microsoft Word, type the text into the page, highlight it, and then right-click on the highlighted text to view the Cut, Copy and Paste options. A... More »

The cut function is preferred by some computer users over the copy function when relocating files as using copy can slow down computer functions. Copying and pasting files also uses more disk space. More »

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After restarting the computer, hold the "F8" key as the computer reboots and navigate through "advanced boot options" to "command prompt," then use the commands "bootrec /fixmbr," "bootrec /fixboot" or "bootrec /RebuildB... More »