What is the keyboard command that you to copy and text
highlight text and press the Ctrl+C shortcut. The shortcut is faster than moving your hands from the keyboard, highlighting with the mouse, choosing copy from the file menu, and then returning to the keyboard.
Control + C For Desktops and Windows
Control +V to paste
Command+ C For Macbooks
Command+ V to paste
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Control + c
If you click and drag over text to highlight it and press on the control or command key (CTRL) and the "C" key, it will copy the text. When you want to paste it, you press control or command key (CRTL) and key "V" at the same time.
Ctrl + C is the keyboard command that will allow you to "copy" text
Ctrl + P is the keyboard command which allows the user to print the current document and this will open a Print dialog box.
Ctrl + C allow the user to copy the text. The text copied will be placed in the clipboard which the user cannot see directly and when the user wants to paste the text in another location in the same file or different file, this clipboard enables him to do so.
Ctrl + W enable the user to close the document.
Ctrl + x provide option to the user to cut the selected text.
ctrl + c to copy and ctrl+v to paste
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CTRL and C command will allow you to "copy" text.
CTRL C allows you to copy text. Hope this helps! Good Luck!
For mac/apple operating systems; command c to copy command v to paste
For windows operating systems; control c to copy control v to paste
For windows machines, holding down the "control" or "Ctrl" button while pressing C will copy text, while pressing x will cut the text
For macs, Instead of pressing control, press "Command" or "Cmd" keys while pressing "c" or "x".
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If you have a windows computer its CONTROL + C
If you have a apple computer is COMMAND + C
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