I have this problem for about the past 3 months where I click my stylus pen in one place but the cursor clicks in a place down and slightly to the left. I turn it off or do a soft reboot and this usually fixes it for an hour or two. If this doesn't work, I can usually just turn it off and set it down for a couple hours and then pick it back up again and it's fine. But it always goes back to that problem at some point. I try to do the re-alignment thing but that never works because when I click on the four points on the screen where the plus sign goes, instead of calibrating the screen and then returning to the previous screen where I can go back to normal work, it just keeps on making me click the pluses and never returns control to me. The only thing I can do at that point is do a soft reboot. Another thing: the cursor never gets misaligned in another direction when it messes up; it always is down and a little to the left. Can you help me with this?
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Hold left click down and move the cursor over the picture, which should turn the picture to a blue color. Then right click and click on copy. You can then paste the picture by left clicking to get the cursor blinking where you want to place the picture.. Now right click and click on Paste. Your picture should then appear.
"to copy and paste a paragraph" - I just used my c7 to copy the prior phrase from you the text in your question and to paste it into this "add your solution" answer box. Here's how I did it...... 1-I placed the cursor in front of the word "to", and while holding the touchpad down with my left finger, swiped the cursor through the phrase to the end of the word "paragraph" (thereby highlighting the desired phrase), then lifted both hands. 2- With the cursor over the end of the highlighted phrase, I used my left finger to hold down the "alt" key to the left of the touchpad the clicked the touchpad causing the drop-down copy menu to appear, then lifted both hands. 3-I then used the touchpad to move the cursor over the word "copy" in the drop-down menu and clicked the touchpad.
4-Then I placed the cursor in this "answer" text-box clicked once once. Next I held down the "alt" key to the left of the touchpad and clicked the touchpad to cause the "paste" drop-down menu to appear and raised both hands. Finally I moved the cursor over the word "paste" in the drop-down menu and clicked the touchpad, thereby successfully copying and pasting the phrase from your question. PS - an alternative to holding the left alt key and clicking to get the drop-down menu is to place two fingers on the touchpad (about a half inch apart) and click with both fingers simultaneously. The latter method only works about 75% of the time for me, so I recommend using the alt key.
1. Select the text (or object which you want to copy)
2. Press ctrl+c (or click on copy from edit menu)
3. Place your cursor where you want to paste the object
4. Press ctrl+v (or click on paste on edit menu)
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
Photoshop has many kinds of tool to make copy (or cut) and paste, such as magic wand, pen, lasoo, etc. For simple cut & paste, use the simple selection tool, see my picture the left arrow. Click on it then make the selection on the picture you want to copy/cut. Then click copy (or cut) and put your cursor in the place you want to paste --> click paste.
Slice tool is more for making webpage, not for cut and paste.
For detail, you can click "help" menu in the Photoshop.