How To Copy And Move Text In Word For Mac


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Copying and moving text

Word offers two ways to copy and move text. With the Copy, Cut, and Paste commands and with drag-and-drop text editing. Let's take a look at how they work. We'll start by looking at the Copy, Cut, and Paste commands. All three commands work with a part of Mac OS called the Clipboard, which is a temporary storage space for text, images, or other content that you put there. The Clipboard holds just one thing at a time and it holds it there until you either replace it with something else or shut off your computer.

Cut, Copy, and Paste are available in most Mac OS and even Windows programs. So you should be familiar with them if you've been using computers for a while. I'll just take you through a few examples. Let's say that you want to copy a sentence from the end of this document to the beginning. So I am going to scroll down here, this is the sentence I want to copy. So I will start off by selecting it. I'll hold down the Command key and click once in the sentence....

Copying and moving text
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Copying and moving text provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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