How To Copy, Cut and Paste In Microsoft Word

How to copy and paste in ms word. The first thing you need to know on this tutorials, is the meaning of copy, cut and paste in computer. On this lesson we are going to defined copy, cut and paste.

It’s very important you know how to perform this task while working with your MS WORD while because it saves you time and energy.

How To Copy, Cut and Paste In Microsoft Word

Let’s get started.

COPY: Simply means
making a copy of the original folder, the original remains, while paste will
now enable you to see the copy of the copied folder.

Also COPY simply
means using the original to make a duplicate. Duplicated simply means COPY while Copy Simply means DUPLICATE verse versa.

NOTE: Without paste, there is no how you can be able to view the copied text or paragraph, meanwhile paste plays a very important role in terms of COPY a text or folder.

How To Copy, Cut and Paste In Microsoft Word

Steps On How To Copy A Text Or Paragraph

  1. Highlight or select the text or paragraph
  2. Press control + C after that
  3. Position your cursor in the direction you want to paste the copied text or paragraph
  4. Click on paste at the top left corner of your MICROSOFT WORD WINDOW or Press CONTROL + V which represent the shortcut for PASTE.

How To Copy, Cut and Paste In Microsoft Word

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How To Cut And Paste A Text Or Paragraph

In our own understanding, we see the word cut in the other
way round, which simply means to cut something with a knife, while in computer
language, CUT means moving a text, paragraph or folder from one direction to
another direction. Or moving a text, paragraph or folder from its original
position to another position.

How To Copy, Cut and Paste In Microsoft Word

Steps to cut a text, paragraph
or folder

  1. Highlight or select the text or paragraph
  2. Press control + X after that
  3. Position your cursor in the direction you want to paste the copied text or paragraph
  4. Click on paste at the top left corner of your MICROSOFT WORD WINDOW or Press CONTROL + V which represent the shortcut for PASTE.

Post Summary

Shortcut for
COPY            =             CONTROL + C

Shortcut for CUT              =             CONTROL + X

Shortcut for
PASTE          =             CONTROL + V