Advice 1: How to copy the link to clipboard

Buffer exchange is an area of memory allocated by the operating system or individual applications for intermediate storage of the copied data into it. Typically, the buffer exchange is used to transfer data from one application to another or between two different areas of the same application. To put data into this intermediate store in Windows use ctrl + c and ctrl + Insert. However, the copy operation to the buffer exchange hyperlinks has some peculiarities.
How to copy the link to clipboard
Instruction
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Hover the mouse cursor over the link, the address of which is necessary to buffer exchange, and then click the right mouse button. If this link is posted in the page of the web site open in your browser, the context menu is the command line copy the link address. Depending on browser type, it can be stated with some differences. In Google Chrome and Opera this item called "Copy link address" in Internet Explorer - "Copy shortcut", in Mozilla FireFox, and Apple Safari - "Copy link". In any case, selecting this item performs the same action puts the links in the buffer exchange.
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If you want to copy the link in a text document format for Microsoft Office Word, you have to hover your mouse on the word to which this link is attached, press the right mouse button and in the popup context menu select "Copy Hyperlink".
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In the table editor Microsoft Office Excel to copy the link using the same method as in Word does not work - in the context menu that appears when you right-click the table cell that contains the link, no copy command. Select the other word "Edit Hyperlink". This will open a window where the desired link is placed in the "Address" - select it and copy as plain text (ctrl + c).
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Text documents that do not support the formatting and hyperlink are specified in plain text. That is, to put such a link into the buffer of exchange, it just needs to highlight and copy by pressing ctrl + c or ctrl + Insert.

Advice 2: How to copy the link

When exchanging information periodically, you need to give the other person a link to a particular resource, and sometimes get a link, the friend, and to go through it. There are two basic ways to copy link with keyboard and mouse.
How to copy the link
You will need
  • A computer with Internet connection;
  • Basic knowledge of computer technology.
Instruction
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To copy the link from the address bar, move the cursor there and click. The link itself will immediately stand out. Next two options. Can click the right mouse button and in the appearing menu click the copy button or on the keyboard simultaneously press the keys "ctrl + c". Then you can paste the link anywhere.
How to copy the link
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To copy the link from the chat or forum, hover over it and select it, and then do one of the described ways.

Advice 3: How to copy a table

Very often when you copy information from web sites in a plain text file need to copy the information provided in the form of a table. Unfortunately, the usual method of copy-paste in this case is not working. However, you can go the other way.
How to copy a table
Instruction
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To copy a table in a pattern.
To do this, use the scroll bars to position the page so that the table was completely within the screen. Click on the keyboard Print Screen, saving to the clipboard the screen. Open any graphic editor, for example Paint, and paste in the resulting image. Next, select the area containing the tableand save it as a picture in jpg format, which then insert into any text document.
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The use of special plug-ins.
There are special plugins that can recognize tables on web pages. They allow you to reformat them to the desired format and save it in a text editor. For Firefox a plugin called Table2Clipboard. After installing it, just click on the table, right-click and from the context menu to choose Copy Whole Table. This function copies the table to the clipboard while preserving the formatting. Then just paste the table into the document.
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If you want to copy only part of the table, while pressing Ctrl, left mouse button, highlight the desired area. Then copy it with command Copy selected cells from the context menu and paste into the document.
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Copying tables using Google Chrome.
In the latest versions of Google Chrome already has a feature with which you can copy the table formatting. To do this, select the table and from the context menu select "Copy".
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Transfer tables from web-pages manually.
Create in Word a table with the desired number of rows and columns from the menu "Insert", "table", "Create table". In the dialog box, specify the number of rows and columns and click OK. After this, in turn, transfer the contents of each table cell, located on the website.

Advice 4: As in Excel to copy a table

The copy operation table in Excel consists of three stages: the allocation table, copy, and paste it to a word processing document. There are three ways to perform these actions via the context menu with the keyboard or using the toolbar.
As in Excel to copy a table
Instruction
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Highlight the table in Excel. To do this, click once between the designations of rows and columns or put the cursor on the first top cell, hold down the left mouse button, move the cursor down and across the entire table, so the cells are selected.
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To copy the table in Excel: place the cursor on the selected table. Click the right mouse button. In the context menu select "copy" or on the keyboard simultaneously press Ctrl+insert. To copy the table by using the main menu on the toolbar, click on "edit" and click "copy". The boundaries of the copied table part take the form of a running snake. After you insert table in the right place, the snake disappears, the software allows you to paste the table as many times as you need.
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Open the text document you want to paste the copied table Excel.
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Install the mouse cursor where you need a table in your document.
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Click the right mouse button and from the appearing context menu, click "paste". Or paste using Shift+insert. It can also be done via menu "edit" activate the command "paste".
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If you are working in a text editor, it will be easier to create a table in Exceland then copy it into the document as desired. Especially because Excel lets you perform calculations without a calculator or to quickly and easily copy the cells and their contents.
Note
The allocation of a snake when copying Excel tables will not disappear until you complete the operation. To do this, press Esc or remove the highlight by double-clicking on the table.
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