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To copy, Select the text you want by placing the cursur on the first letter and holding the left mouse button down scroll to the last letter you want and press Ctrl and C. That will copy the blued items to the clip board.
Navigate to where you want the text to go and press Ctrl and V. That will copy the clip board to the screen.
scan it to a file
Find program called hpscan in your list of all programs to scan to file.
This is usually what it is called with hp scanners
Note the directory that the file is scanned and saved to .
and then attach file to email message using attach file option on email program when you compose email message.
If your email has an attachment then you should download the attachment. IF you want to copy the content of the email then you can copy and paste it into wordpad. Now if whenever you copy a data and it keep on freezing your windows, your best bet is copy the data chunk by chunk. Or better open a ms office for it as I have an assumption that wordpad cannot handle on what you are pasting to it.
u cant actually use the clipart option on a webpage> but yes if ur sending a mail u can attach the document in which u have the clipart> or just compile ur msg on a word doc use the clip art and send that as an attachment on ur email
Yes, as long as there is actually text in the PDF. If the PDF contains only and image of the words, then you can't copy them. Also some PDFs may be secured against copying.
However, make sure you have the Select tool in use (Tools > Select & Zoom > Select Tool). When you move your mouse over text, you should see an I-beam. Click and drag to select the text. Click Edit > Copy or press Ctrl-C to copy the text. Paste it in the desired application.