Edit Text in Word 2010 with Cut, Copy, and Paste


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Rearranging text using Cut, Copy, and Paste

We're going to focus on three commands: Cut, Copy, and Paste. Cut and Paste are used to rearrange text in your document, to move the third paragraph of your document the top so it becomes the first paragraph. Copy and Paste are used to duplicate text, to put another copy of the third paragraph somewhere else in your document, or in another document. If you have a lot of rearranging to do, you can also use the Office Clipboard, which we'll look at. First, to move text from one location to another, you always begin by selecting the text.

So, for example, this is Paragraph 1, Paragraph 2, Paragraph 3. We need to move Paragraph 2. So we'll select Paragraph 2, and then we'll cut Paragraph 2. Three different ways to do it. One, to use the Cut command here on the Home tab in the Clipboard group. Second, to right-click and choose Cut from the context menu. And third, to use the Windows command which is to hold Ctrl and hit the letter X for cut.

The text that we just selected and cut...

Rearranging text using Cut, Copy, and Paste
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Rearranging text using Cut, Copy, and Paste provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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