How to Use Copy & Paste in Command Prompt

Posted by Britt Duncan - September 12, 2014

For beginners who would like to use the PC like a geek, command line is absolutely a fashionable way. However, chances are that you may be dazzled by some long and confused command lines when trying to change some settings. If, at this time, simply clicking Ctrl + C/V works, it will save you out of trouble. Actually, Copy & Paste do work! All you have to do is to activate this option in the settings. Here’s how.

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1. Click Win + Q to bring up search box, put in cmd and select Command Prompt from the responding results.

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2. You will see the Command Prompt opens up, locate the title bar and right click on it. Select Properties from the drop-down menu.

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3. After the Properties window appears, under Options tab, find Edit Options session. Underneath, you will notice the Quick Edit Mode option, mark the check-box before it.

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4. Then, try select texts in the Command Prompt. Surprise, surprise, it works!

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