Wednesday, March 30, 2016

moving computer content from one place to another

In working with authors & others by computer, a problem I’ve found some have is not knowing how to move content from one place to another. There are several ways to do it, but here’s a simple way that works for me:

1, Type your content in a Word document, e-mail message, or similar. Or find your desired content in an already existing document.

2, Use your mouse to run your cursor over your content till it all turns a different colour. You have now selected it.

3, While pressing Control [Ctrl] on your keyboard, press C on your keyboard. You have now copied your content.

4, Use your mouse to place your cursor where you want your content to appear.

5, While pressing Control [Ctrl] on your keyboard, press V on your keyboard. You should now have pasted your content where you want it.



Elma (Martens) Schemenauer . CONSIDER THE SUNFLOWERS: 1940s-era novel about love, Mennonites, faith, & family. Set in Vancouver & rural Saskatchewan. Order from Chapters online or Borealis Press  . More info at  . Book trailer .


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