Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Copying and Pasting Data
4. Choose one of the following:
• Click the Paste icon (from the Home tab).
• Right-click the mouse; when the pop-up menu appears, choose
Paste.
• Press Ctrl+V.
If you select data in Step 3, you can replace that selected data with the pasted
data you selected in Step 1.
Copying and Pasting Data
Unlike the Cut command, the Copy command leaves your selected data in its
original location but places a second copy of that data somewhere else. To
copy and paste data, follow these steps:
1. Select the data you want to copy, using the keyboard or mouse, as
explained in the earlier section, “Selecting Data.”
2. Choose one of the following:
• Click the Copy icon.
• Right-click the mouse; when the pop-up menu appears, choose
Copy.
• Press Ctrl+C.
3. Move the cursor to a new location.
4. Choose one of the following:
• Click the Paste icon.
• Right-click the mouse; when the pop-up menu appears, choose
Paste.
• Press Ctrl+V.
Using Paste Options
Cutting, copying, and pasting text from one location to another is easy.
However, a problem can occur when you paste formatted text from one
location to another. When you paste formatted text, you have several choices,
depending on the Office 2010 program you’re using. Three common choices
include:
 
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