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Microsoft: Office FAQ

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Are there other ways to use cut, copy, and paste besides the usual uses in Microsoft Office programs? by mnobles
Posted: 22 Aug 00

Yes.  Any other programs such as Quickbooks in which you can highlight data, usually will allow you to use the hot keys for cut, copy, and paste (Control+c=copy, control+x=cut, control+v=paste) data to other parts of the same program or other programs.  If you are only after a portion of a web page, you can highlight data on web pages, use the hot keys to copy it, and then paste the data into a blank open document page in Word rather than download and save the whole document.  Another trick is that you can highlight web addresses, use the hot keys to copy them, and then paste them into the web address box in your browser.  Saves typing and you get it right the first time especially if it is a long URL.  

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