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Copying i have one image of god in my pictures with jpg format, please inform how to copy it and paste on other page,

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  • srinivas59 Sep 30, 2008

    i tried the procedure what you said but i am not successful. i think it does not work in case of pctures,.because,in first stage i am getting copy by using right click on mouse.but while i am trying to paste it , i am not getting paste on menu, iam getting only delete.

  • srinivas59 Oct 01, 2008

    i tried this time also.the copied item is appearing in clipbrd.exe.but same thing occurs while pasting, after right click of mouse, only "delete "'highlights.cut,copy, paste are appearing but not working . i think i am failing somewhere.you explained very patiently. thank you very much.i am working in bank.i am able to understand whatever you explained,

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1.use your mouse
a. go to the folder where the image is.
b. right click on the image
c. select copy
then...
d. go to the other folder or other location where you want to have the image pasted
c. make sure the new location folder is active (check the the top of the window is not dimmed.. if it's not proceed, it it's dimmed click on it.)
e. with your mouse put the pointer on a blank space on the area where you're pasting the image and right click
f. select paste.. your image should appear

or

2. Use your keyboard
the other way is to select the image and press the "ctrl" key and the "c" key simultaneously
then go to the location where you want to have image pasted and press the "ctlr" key and the "v" key simultaneously

either method should work.

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

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  • Francisco Cortes
    Francisco Cortes Sep 30, 2008

    based on your rating my solution did not work. could you elaborate on what you're trying to do to possibly assist you further?

  • Francisco Cortes
    Francisco Cortes Sep 30, 2008

    if you don't get the paste option is simply because you have not copy the item as instructed, the paste option will be selectable only if you have copy something.



    no matter what type of file you're working with, image, video, text...etc.. copy and paste procedures are the same. does it work with other files?



    try method 2 only selecting the image you want to copy (selecting means to highlight the image by clicking once on the image) and then press ctlr and c at the same time ... then go the the destination folder and press ctlr and v at the same time (make sure not to press esc other wise the copied image won't be avaliable to be copied anymore). if done correctly a copy of the image file should appear in the destination folder

  • Francisco Cortes
    Francisco Cortes Oct 01, 2008

    ok.. let's get serious...

    1. check your clipboard holds the image you want to copy.

    everytime that you use right-click and do "copy" or when you select something and press cltr+c, that item should go into something called the clipboard... your clipboard should be located in c:\WINDOWS\system32 folder, the program is called clipbrd.exe.. if you want to see if the copy function is working do select an item and do right-click>copy or select and item and do a cltr+c then check if a path to the item selected to be copied shows up in a page on the clipboard which you can open to see for yourself on start>run> tipe clipbrd.exe and the clipboard viwer will open up... expand the page that maybe minimized for you to see the content of your clipboard (with an path to the location of the item you have selected and wanted to copy. if you don't see it you may have a corrupted clipbrd.exe file.. try replacing the file from another windows installation same as yours.



    2. try pasting the image in blank area in your new folder:



    a. first make sure you change the view of your folder. (that may make things easier.. it's not critical though).. on the menu bar go to view>and select any of the following "list" or "icons" or "details", your choice.



    b. try to paste the previously copied item by right-clicking on an EMPTY OR BLANK area in your destination folder. you should see a context menu with the paste oPtion enabled (present for you to select it) or simply press ctrl+v (that is press the ctlr key and without depressing the cltr key also press the "v" key then release. you should see your copied item being pasted into your new folder.



    I'm not sure what your experience with computers is, and please don't take me wrong but if this instructions are hard for you to follow you may want to ask for someone that can read the instructions, follow them and show you how you can do it...





  • Francisco Cortes
    Francisco Cortes Oct 04, 2008

    how is your computer in terms of virus/malware.. scan your computers with updated antivirus... I've doing some research and I'm running emtpy..

    what about using the ctrl-c (copy) cltr-v (paste).. you never said anything about using those keyboard shortcuts...??

    does it work with any other image, file or document?

    do you have permissions to write/change on the folder where your trying to copy the image to? try another folder and see if you can copy the image.

    is this your computer or your companies computer?? send the image as an attachement to yourself and when your get your email try to download the image onto the other location.

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I can not copy and paste to Facebook





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Method 1 of 3: Copy/Paste To Facebook




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Method 1 of 3

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Find the text or link address that you want to paste into Facebook. Highlight that information by clicking and dragging over it with the cursor on your mouse.

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Right click with your mouse. Select "Copy" from the drop down menu.


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  • Press the Command key and the letter "c" simultaneously to copy information using the keyboard on a Mac computer.


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Log in to your Facebook page on your Internet browser. Go to your Profile.

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Click on the text that reads, "What's on your mind?"

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Right click your mouse and select "Paste" from the drop down menu. Your text or link should appear in the box. However, formatting, like bold, italics and underline, will not transfer.


  • Press the Control key and the letter "v" to paste quickly on a Windows computer.


  • Press the Command key and the letter "v" to paste quickly on a Mac.[1]


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Change the spacing of the text using the Enter and Delete keys. If you pasted a link, a small image and description should pop up below your status bar. You can highlight and delete the link text and replace it with your own personal description of the information.

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Press the blue "Post" button to publish your copy and pasted information.

Method 2 of 3: Copy/Paste From Facebook


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Log into Facebook on your personal computer. These instructions do not work for cutting and pasting on smartphone or tablet applications.



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Scroll through your News Feed or your timeline to find the information you would like to copy and paste.

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Click on a link in a post if that is the information you want to copy. When a new tab opens with the full article displayed, you should highlight the address bar so that you can paste it elsewhere.

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Method 3 of 3: Copy/Paste in Third-Party Apps


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Download the a Facebook app. It will allow you to access Facebook from your device.

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