Advice 2: How to copy and paste text using keyboard
How to copy text using keyboard
You can copy text with the keyboard, using a key combination like "Ctrl+C". Pre-text you need to select with the mouse or also the keyboard. To do this, set the cursor before starting to copy the passage and clamp (hold) the left mouse button. Move the mouse down. You will see how the text will be highlighted in a different color. Stop the cursor immediately after the last character and release the button. Now you can press "Ctrl+C" to copy.
The text can be selected with the keyboard and without using the mouse. For example, the combination "Ctrl+A" selects all the text in the open document or web page. If you need to allocate only one word, you can quickly click it twice with the mouse, and then copy keyboard. Instead of keyboard, you can click on the highlighted text right mouse button and from the appeared menu choose "Copy".
After copying the text falls into an invisible area of the computer's memory "Clipboard" where it will be available for insertion to shut down the computer. In addition, please note that with each subsequent copy, previously stored in the Clipboard text will be lost. If you want to keep at a time multiple passages and "get" them from the memory to insert in any order and at any time, you can download and install one of the special programmes for the empowerment of the "clipboard", for example, CLCL or ClipDiary.
How to insert text with the keyboard
Insert text with the keyboard very simple. Move the cursor to the desired location (e.g., an open document file, then press the key combination "Ctrl+V" to move here the copied text. You can also click the right mouse anywhere on the document and select the menu item "Paste".
There is also a Cut command that is needed in order to when you copy the text deleted from the selected location. Cut the text with "Ctrl+X". Further embed use the familiar "Ctrl+V" or context menu when working with the mouse.