Your computer experience will much easier if you can remember the keyboard shortcuts for often used commands to perform "cut", "copy" and/or "paste" of text or images. These commands are often available to you via these keyboard shortcuts, even if they are not an option in the program or window in which you are working.
These keyboard shortcuts require you to hold down two keys at one time.
Keyboard Command: Control (Ctrl) + X
Remember "X" as
The Cut command is used to remove text or images from the screen you are currently working on. "CUT" moves the information to your virtual clipboard, where it is stored until it is overwritten by the next "cut" or "copy" command.
Keyboard Command: Control (Ctrl) + C
Remember "C" as
The COPY command is used for just that - it copies the text or image you have selected and stores is on your virtual clipboard, until it is overwritten by the next "cut" or "copy" command.
Keyboard Command: Control (Ctrl) + V
Remember "V" as
The PASTE command is used to place the information that you have stored on your virtual clipboard in the location that you have placed your mouse cursor.
Try copying the information from the first box and paste it into the second box.
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