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Re: the right click on my mouse doesnt work.
Hi, sounds like the the switch under the right side may be broke or stuck,you can try and lift it up slightly with fingernail.(it could pop back into place) this happens when warn out or pushed very hard,could also have been weak from day 1. new ones are getting cheaper, mabey time for a new one. i hope this helps, good luck! glen
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Cut and paste is as simple ah highlighting the word by holding the left mouse button down and dragging over it and then right click on the page and select copy OR you can highlight and use ctrl c to copy and ctrl v to paste
Simply drag your cursor over the word or phrase and then click the right hand mouse button and choose copy or on your keyboard, hold the Ctrl key and tap C.
To paste, click the left mouse button to get the cursor in the position that you with to paste the previously copied info and click your right mouse button and choose the paste option. Or again if you prefer to use the keyboard, as before, hold the Ctrl key and tap V.
If you mean, " How do you copy & paste?" then here is what you do:
Use your mouse to highlight the text you would like to copy. Right click on the highlighted text and select copy. Go to wherever you will like to paste the copied text and right click on the empty space, also known as the text field, and select "paste"
Using the shift button plus the arrow keys you can highlight the text you want. Press the Ctrl button plus the C button to copy (Ctrl + C). Go to the text field where you want to paste and press the Ctrl button and the P button to paste (Ctrl + P).
Hold the left mouse button down and drag through the email, or you can hit ctrl + A is a command to select all. Right click while it is highlighted and click on Save as if Save as doesn't work click on copy, then you right click in your documents click past or if the save as work follow the instructions.
If your asking how do I Copy and Paste ... several keyboard commands exist to help with this method. I call it a Method because you are asking the program to do a task, this case copy and paste. And of coarse a User can still use the Mouse to Copy and Paste. Both Methods will be described.
The [Ctrl] control button on the key board will allow the user to cut and paste what they want. These are considered keyboard shortcuts.
Step one: select the object(s), by highlighting it with the mouse. Right click and drag the mouse over the desired item(s). Or if the entire page needs to be copied, Ctrl + A will select everything on the page once the curser is placed at beginning of the page.
Step two: Once the user has selected what they want, depending on the function they performed for the selection, ( by right-clicking the mouse and dragging over item(s) ) the user now selects Copy ( makes a copy of the selected item ) or Cut ( removes the item from the original page ) from the drop-down message, and prepairs to Paste the selection to the new page or position ... keep in mind, Ctrl + C will copy the highlighted item as well.
Step three: to paste the item on new page, user left-clicks the point were they expect the item to be placed. And again, depending on the function called upon, will right-click and select Paste from the drop down box. Or press the Ctrl + V buttons. The selected item will appear at the point were the curser is flashing.
Helpful hint about [Ctrl] methods. Ctrl + X will delete the selected item, Ctrl + Z will undo prior editing steps. [Ctrl] methods are quick, easy functions, that allow the user to become productive. I recommend that the [Ctrl] method be emploted whenever possible. I hope you enjoy. Have fun.
If you mean pasting in relation to cut / copy & pasting
How it works When you cut or copy something, for example text, it is saved into the clipboard. Then when you paste, the text that is in the clipboard gets pasted. You can paste that same text more than once, it stays in the clipboard until it is over written (by cutting ot copying something else) or you restart your PC.
How to use it There is a couple of ways to cut / copy & paste
1. Use right clicking menu you can select something, some text for example, then right click on it with your mouse and select Cut or Copy. To paste right click where you want the text to be pasted and select Paste
2. Use application's Edit drop down menu you can select something, some text for example, then select the application's Edit drop down menu and select Cut or Copy. To paste click where you want the text to be pasted select the application's Edit drop down menu and select Paste
3. Use keyboard shortcuts you can select something, some text for example, then press Ctrl + X to Cut or Ctrl + C to Copy. To paste click where you want the text to be pasted then press Ctrl + V to Paste