Articles tagged: copy/paste

How to Avoid Retyping Error Messages

Many Windows error messages can be quickly and easily copied to the clipboard.

Tip of the Day: Make CTRL+A, CTRL+C a Habit When Typing an Online Form

How Do I Copy Text from a Copy Protected Website?

Assuming your intent is legal or at least moral, it’s not hard to copy content from a webpage that attempts to prevent it.

Tip of the Day: Use the Clipboard for Backup

Tip of the Day: Cut, Copy, Paste and the Clipboard

The clipboard and its basic operations — cut, copy, and paste — are heavily used and underappreciated building blocks for Windows applications.

Tip of the Day: Watch for Spaces When Copying Passwords

Tip of the Day: Clipboard History

Tip of the Day: CTRL+SHIFT+V

Tip of the Day: Two Ways to Copy in Excel

How Do I Print Hotmail Messages Without the Ads?

The trick is to print the email itself and not the page showing in your browser. I’ll show you how.

What’s the Difference Between Typing and Copy/paste?

In most cases, it’s Windows, not the application, that handles whether or not something is pasted in from the clipboard or is typed in. The program receiving the data usually doesn’t know or care.