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Move the mouse over text while you hold the left button. This will hightlight the text. After the text is highlighted right click the text. You will see multiple options such as cut, copy, paste, delete, etc. Select copy then go to a text box, and select paste to add the text.
A firewall is a software or hardware base solution to filter the incoming and outgoing traffic of your computer or network. All the entering or leaving traffic from your computer pass through the firewall, which inspect the all types of traffic and either allow or deny the traffic depending upon the firewall settings. Microsoft includes the built-in firewall feature in all latest windows operating systems like windows XP, Vista and now in windows 7.
Follow the given steps to configure built-in firewall in windows 7:To use this feature, you will need to be logged into your computer with administrative rights.
First click on Start button and then click on Control Panel option. Now in Control Panel click on "System and Security"link to go next.
On next page, you can see the firewall link "Windows Firewall", Click on this link to configure the firewall.
There are many options on the left side panel of this page regarding firewall configurations under "Allow a program or feature through Windows Firewall", For example:
- Change notification settings
- Turn Windows Firewall on or off
- Restore defaults
- Advanced settings
On the right side panel, you can see the two types of link for firewall settings, For example:
- Home or Work (Private) networks
- Public networks
Now in left side panel,click onChange notification settingsto customize the firewall settings.
By default windows firewall is on for both private and public network, here you can turn off the default firewall policies.
To allow the default or recommended settings either click on the Use recommended settings button on the right pane or click on the Restore default link on the left side panel.
Here click on the Restore default button and a restore defaults confirmation message will be opened, Click onYesbutton.
But if you are a expert user then you can use the Advance Settings link on left side panel to configure the advance firewall settings for inbound and outbound traffic according to your need.
Click on the Inbound Rules link in the left side panel. You can see here a list of all Inbound Rules is displayed. On clicking an enabled rule, a list of actions is shown in the Actions Pane. Click on Disable Rule to disable the selected rule. You can also Cut, Copy and Delete the rule.
Click whith the left mouse button to hignlight the file you want to copy then press Ctrl key plus c key to copy then open the folder you want to copy to then press Ctrl key plus v key to paste. and to cut a file - Ctrl key plus x key to cut
General copy + paste shortcuts are
Ctrl + C for copy
Ctrl + V for paste
Ctr + X for cut
In your source document, highlight the piece of text you want to copy -- click and drag over the text -- hit Ctrl + C, or Edit -> Copy
Move to your destination document, where you wish to paste your quotations, and hit Ctrl + V, or Edit -> Paste
You cannot copy and paste it right onto the application (it will garble up). Usually employers have a link on their website that allows you to upload it to them. Also if you are emailing the application, you can send your resume as an attachment with it.
What program are you in that you are trying to copy and paste? If it is a PDF file, they will not allow you to do it. You would have to convert it, then you could.
In most other programs you can 1.) select the part you want to copy 2.) click Edit, Copy. 3.) Go to where you would like to paste it 4.) click Edit Paste.
There are also shortcut keys that work in some cases where Edit Copy/Paste does not. To try this, 1.) select where you want to copy 2.) hold the Ctrl key and press C 3.) and then go to where you want to paste, and hold the Ctrl key and press V.
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If you are using internet explorer, try changing the security as follows:- Open Internet explorer, click tools on the toolbar, click privacy, click sites, where it says address of website put the FULL web address (URL) of the site you wish to allow, and click the allow button. click all of the ok buttons 'til you're just left with the int. ex. window and try again. There are many ways of allowing 'picky' sites, but this is the most targeted, and gives you full control over which sites you allow to give you cookies. If you still have problems, use Mozilla Firefox instead of Int Ex. I do and it's great. the URL to download it is
On PCs and virtually all windows programs the process is as follows: 1)Highlight the text to be copied/cut (put cursor at beginning and drag to end of text) 2) Left click to bring up the context menu 3) Select cut or copy (CUT removes the text, COPY leaves the text in place) 4) Place cursor at point where you want to insert text and left click again 5) select paste from the menu