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If you want to share a small part of your Excel worksheet but don't want to send an Excel file, you can copy part of the worksheet to the clipboard as a picture instead, which can be pasted into any application that supports images, such as your favorite image editor.
The command in Excel 2007 to do this is oddly located on the Paste menu in the Ribbon. From the Home tab, click on the drop-down menu under the Paste button, and select As Picture \ Copy as Picture.
Now you will get a dialog asking you how you want to copy the picture. If you want to paste the picture into any application, you'll need to select "As shown on screen", and then "Bitmap".
Now your cell data should be on the clipboard, ready to paste into any application that allows you to paste in a bitmap. Here's an example of a bitmap I pasted into the editor I use for writing articles here:
Find the text or link address that you want to paste into Facebook. Highlight that information by clicking and dragging over it with the cursor on your mouse.
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Right click with your mouse. Select "Copy" from the drop down menu.
Press the Control key and the letter "c" simultaneously to copy information quickly on a Windows computer.
Press the Command key and the letter "c" simultaneously to copy information using the keyboard on a Mac computer.
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Log in to your Facebook page on your Internet browser. Go to your Profile.
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Click on the text that reads, "What's on your mind?"
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Right click your mouse and select "Paste" from the drop down menu. Your text or link should appear in the box. However, formatting, like bold, italics and underline, will not transfer.
Press the Control key and the letter "v" to paste quickly on a Windows computer.
Press the Command key and the letter "v" to paste quickly on a Mac.
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Change the spacing of the text using the Enter and Delete keys. If you pasted a link, a small image and description should pop up below your status bar. You can highlight and delete the link text and replace it with your own personal description of the information.
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Press the blue "Post" button to publish your copy and pasted information.
Method 2 of 3: Copy/Paste From Facebook
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Log into Facebook on your personal computer. These instructions do not work for cutting and pasting on smartphone or tablet applications.
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Scroll through your News Feed or your timeline to find the information you would like to copy and paste.
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Click on a link in a post if that is the information you want to copy. When a new tab opens with the full article displayed, you should highlight the address bar so that you can paste it elsewhere.
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Click and drag your mouse across the text on the screen. Highlight everything that you want to copy.
Press the right mouse button. Scroll down and select "Copy" in the drop down menu.
Use the copy shortcut if you prefer. It is Control and "c" (Windows) or Command and "c" (Mac).
Use the same method with the full link URL if you clicked on it previously.
Open a document in a program like Word, Text Edit, Notepad or Excel.
Right click and select "Paste" from the drop down list. Your information should populate next to your cursor. You can format it or change it according to your needs.
Use the paste shortcut if you prefer. It is Control and "v" on Windows and Command and "v" on a Mac.
Method 3 of 3: Copy/Paste in Third-Party Apps
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Download the a Facebook app. It will allow you to access Facebook from your device.
Find information on a website, message or email that you want to copy. Tap and press. Choose "Select All."
Tap and hold again. Choose the "Copy" option this time.
Navigate to your Facebook app. Find the Status Update bar or a Comments section of another post.
Tap and hold your finger down. Select "Paste" when it pops up. Change your text or link as necessary. Then, tap "Post" to publish it.
Instead of copying and pasting the information from another post into Facebook, click the "Share" button in the bottom right corner of the link, text or picture. Facebook will ask you if you want to share it on your timeline. Confirm and it will paste the post onto your page.
I think the best way is to take a screenshot of the image and copy it to the clipboard. After that, you can paste it to blank sheets as long as it supports displaying images directly. Free Online Screenshot allows you to take a screenshot and offers an option of copying the screenshot.
Insert Sandisk memory card to your memory card slot. Right click the picture file on the machine then choose copy and then access the Sandisk location by going to My computer or computer then right click on the sandisk drive then choose paste to paste the image on the sandisk card. This process should copy the image file from the computer to the sandisk memory card.
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2. Click on 'Options' (upper right, blue letters).
3. Scroll down to and click on 'Signature' (second column, under 'Management').
4. Select> 'Editor: Plain | Color and Graphics.
5. Enter signature text and/or graphics (you can 'Copy' and 'Paste' text and/or graphics directly into the input field).
8. Check the box:
'[/] Add signature to all outgoing messages'
Or leave the '[_] Add signature....' box unchecked and check box below
compose area (when sending messages) '[/] Use my signature'
9. Click on the 'Save' button (upper left, under 'Mail' tab).
You can 'Copy' and 'Paste' your pictures directly into the input field
(if the image is JPEG format - ".gif" or ".jpg"), but there is limited
space. If your picture suddenly disappears, it may have gotten
corrupted during the process, try it again. Note: some images may not
allow you to copy them due to HTML restrictions on the page.
If your picture is in your computer, you can send it to yourself
via an attachment and it will be in your 'Search Shrtcuts' > 'My
Attachments' - 'My Photos' folders.
After you locate your picture in the search shortcuts folder:
1. Double-Left click on the photo to open.
2. One-Right click on open photo to reveal the pop-up menu.
3. Choose 'Copy'.
4. Go to signature input box and one-Left click on target area to set cursor.
The Color and Graphics version of Yahoo! Mail also gives you the
ability to include HTML graphics in your signature, by doing the
1. Locate an image (".gif" or ".jpg") that you wish to add to your message. This image can be selected from the Web.
2. Once you find your your picture of choice, right-click your mouse
and select "Copy" from the menu that appears next to your cursor. Note:
some images may not allow you to copy them due to HTML restrictions on
3. Login to your Yahoo! Mail account.
4. Click the "Mail Options" link in the upper right-hand area of the page.
5. Click the "signature" link in the left-hand Personaliztion column.
6. Make sure the cursor is in the Color and Graphics signature field
and paste your copied image by pressing "Ctrl+V". Your fonts, sizes and
colors should all remain the same. You can also resize your image.
If you would like to edit your signature in the future, just return to
the Signature area, make the changes you want, and click "Save."
yes take the image you want to copy...go to select...all then go to edit, copy click on the other image and go to edit. past. if you are wanting to take an image and change the background completely you can...
take the layer of the image you want to use, use the poligonal tool and select around the object, you can then copy it using the copy instuctions above, then you can past it into the other image.