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    How to Copy and Paste on MAC?

    Want to learn how to copy and paste on a MAC? How do I use a couple of clicks to copy the content or an item? If you want to learn how to copy specific content and paste it elsewhere, check out the methods below and never let it be a mystery again. In the following instructions, you will find everything you need to know when you want to successfully copy and paste the text.

    COPY or CUT

    First, select the text or object you want to copy or cut. In the next step, use copy or cut to save the selected item to the clipboard to paste it at the desired location later.

    COPY

    • Click Command + C.
    • Or use Edit and Copy from the menu bar.
    • Or Control-click (or right-click) the fragment of text or object that you selected, next Copy from the shortcut menu.

    CUT

    • Click Command + X
    • Or use Edit and Cut from the menu bar.
    • Or Control-click (or right-click) the fragment of text or object that you selected, next Cut from the shortcut menu.

    PASTE or PASTE & MATCH STYLE

    First, select the place where you want to put the copied fragment, then do one of the following combinations to successfully paste the clipboard contents at that place. After pasting and adjusting the style, the placed element will adapt to the surrounding content by selecting the same font, color, or style.

    PASTE

    • Click Command + V.
    • Or use Edit and Paste from the menu bar.
    • Or Control-click (or right-click) the fragment of text or object that you selected, next Paste from the shortcut menu.

    PASTE & MATCH STYLE

    • Click Option + Shift + Command + V.
    • Or use Edit and Paste, and Match Style from the menu bar.

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