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On most standard English keyboards the backslash key is located above the "Enter" or "Return" key. If your keyboard has been damaged, you can still copy and paste a backslash symbol that someone else has typed.
left click once on what you want to copy one item
hold down the left mouse button and move the mouse over the desired text you wish to select to copy and then let go of the left mouse button
so it is highlighted and then
hold down CTRL key and press C to copy
Hold down CTRL key and press V to Paste
Assuming it is a windows system
If it is apple the apple key and C I think does copy
Any edit tab option on the program usually has copy and paste
You can also use in Windows the right mouse button to bring up a menu where copy and paste are options to select.
If you are copying files you can also use CTRL A for select All
CTRL to select more than one item
Shift to select a range of items
If you are using ubuntu the shift key plus CTRL plus V must also be used when pasting into the terminal window.
If you were to click on start then All programmes. Select Accessories and then character map. Select a font and then the code you require. I find since WinXP Alt0189 no longer works properly and use the character map instead. Hope that helps.
it is used with key combination of SHIFT+2...now there are two shift buttons one on left and one on right side....if still it doesnt work check other symbols... For checking all the key that they are wirking or not open notepad and press all keys one by one also check all type ok combination keys that is for copy ctrl+c for paste ctrl+v.......
This solutions is for laptops and I'm assuming your using a laptop because you have 2 colors of keys on keyboard White and Green.
There is a function key that you have to press and hold to use keys that have different colors letters or symbols. The is located near the CRTL key or ALT and says [Fn] press and hold than press the Squiggly key to make it work.
The display is wired...it is flat, thin and flexible. There may now be a break point in the conductor...fixed by replacing same.
Alternative solution is to use external monitor. I'm almost certain your laptop has this capability...look on rear panel for a D-sub 3-row VGA connector. Plug in a VGA monitor and enable through keyboard Fn-(combination key)...look at key symbols for one that looks like a monitor.