Hold the Ctrl button on the left side down and press specific letter keys to copy and paste text. For these keyboard shortcuts, Ctrl is always held down with the left pinkie as the left index or middle fingers type the s... More »

Default settings allow you to paste text or images using your keyboard by pressing the Ctrl key and the V key at the same time with the desired text field selected. Alternatively, the Shift key and Insert works on most s... 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 »

Default settings allow you to paste text or images using your keyboard by pressing the Ctrl key and the V key at the same time with the desired text field selected. Alternatively, the Shift key and Insert works on most s... More »

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To copy using the keyboard, highlight the text you want to copy, and press Ctrl+C. Place the cursor where you want to paste the text, and press Ctrl+V to paste. More »

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Caret browsing, sometimes called caret navigation, is a way of moving through a page with only a keyboard, with the point of selection being the blinking text cursor, called the caret. Traditionally seen in word processi... More »

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Use a quick two-key shortcut on a keyboard to duplicate highlighted text or a picture within a document, or to move the content from one document to another. Highlight the content, then use the Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V keys to ... More »

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