A tutorial with steps which will teach you How to copy paste content in Command Prompt in Windows. Check inside for more details.
Even after a lot of progress in the computer arena, command prompt still remains as one of the most used windows software. There are many thing you can not do without command prompt. You even need to write Java Codes in it.
There are a few times, when you are coding and some important phrases are so long that you face difficulty to remember them or write them every time. You might sometimes try to press ctrl + v so that you can paste something, but you wold just face disappointment because these keyboard shortcuts are invalid in command prompt.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could paste content in command prompt? It would surely save some time for you and assure more accuracy in your work. In this post, I will be writing about the same thing. I will be guiding you via simple steps how you can paste content in command prompt. This procedure will be helpful in all versions of Microsoft Windows including Windows 7, Windows &, Windows Vista and Windows XP.
How to Copy and Paste in the Windows Command Prompt
- Open Command Prompt by typing cmd in the run window. (To get run window, press window key and R at a time).
- Click on the button present in the top left corner of Command Prompt. (As shown in the screenshot)
- Click on Properties and you will get a new dialogue box.
- Select options tab (Usually it will be selected by default), and check the square box present with the option of Quick Edit Mode and click OK.
- Now, copy anything in the usual way from any other program and to paste, Right click on the command prompt screen.
That’s it. This was stepwise procedure using which you can paste the clipboard content in command prompt. So what are you waiting for? Just try it now and see how you too can paste the content.
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