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Enable Copy Paste (ctrl+c and ctrl+v) in cmd - command prompt

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Many struggle using copy paste using usual shortcut keys of ctrl+c/v in command prompt. In this tutorial am gonna teach you how to enable copy paste shortcut in cmd.
Steps to enable shortcut
• Open command prompt
(start » type cmd » press enter)
• Right click anywhere in command prompt
• Select Properties
• Click Option Tab
• Now check, Use CTRL + SHIFT + C/V as Copy/Paste
• Once enabled that option, you can use shortcuts
• Copy anything from anywhere using ctrl + c
• While pasting it in cmd, use, shift + ctrl + v
• Similarly for copy too, use, shift + ctrl + c
• All done.

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COPY = SHIFT + CTRL + C
PASTE = SHIFT + CTRL + V

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