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      Happy Thanksgiving to all my peeps!   11/18/17

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How to COPY AND PASTE - a simple video

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I've been working in the "computer world" since the 80's and can't believe how many people still do not know how to COPY AND PASTE. Just received an email from a gentleman this morning who tries to retype everything, including new email addresses into his contact list. So I sent him this video today and hope it helps him as well as others. I found the simplest video I could, as to not to confuse him, for as us savvy users know, there are several ways to copy and paste...

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Keyboard short cuts are the way to go!


Ctrl+C = Copy (don't confuse with Cut)

Ctrl+V = Paste

Ctrl+X = Cut


By the way, Ctrl + something means you hold down the Ctrl key while you press the other key.

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