How To Enable Ctrl+C & Ctrl+V For Copy-Pasting In Windows Command Prompt

How To Enable Ctrl+C & Ctrl+V For Copy-Pasting In Windows Command Prompt

How To Enable Ctrl+C & Ctrl+V For Copy-Pasting In Windows Command Prompt

By default, Window turns off this feature in Command Prompt. In this Post, I show you how can you enable Copy and paste feature in Command Prompt in seconds.

How To Enable Ctrl+C & Ctrl+V For Copy-Pasting In Windows Command Prompt

1. Press Window + R  and type CMD, then press enter for opening Command Prompt in Window PC.

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Press Window + R and Type CMD

Press Window + R and Type CMD

2. Go to the properties of the command prompt by right clicking on its top and then clicking on the properties.

Open Settings in Command Prompt

Open Settings in Command Prompt

3. Once the properties of the command prompt open up, check QuickEdit Mode,Insert Mode and Enable Ctrl key shortcuts and click on OK button.

Open Settings in Command Prompt

Open Settings in Command Prompt

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How to Paste the Text in your Command Prompt

4. Copy the text from your document files and right click on Command Prompt for pasting the text.

Copy Text and Right Click on CMD for Paste the TEXT

Copy Text and Right Click on CMD for Paste the TEXT

The Alternate Built-In Way to Paste from the Keyboard

5. Or you can paste the text from this way. Right-Click on the top of CMD program then go to Edit >Paste.

Or You can Paste the Text from this Way

Or You can Paste the Text from this Way

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How to Copy the Text from Command Prompt

6. Right-Click on the top of CMD program then go to Edit >Select All  for selecting all text from Command Prompt.

Copy the Text from CMD and Paste it into Your Notepad

Copy the Text from CMD and Paste it into Your Notepad

7. Right-Click on the top of CMD program then go to Edit >Copy  for copying all text from Command Prompt.

Copy the Text from CMD and Paste it into Your Notepad

Copy the Text from CMD and Paste it into Your Notepad

8. Open any of your document files and press Ctrl + V.

With this simple trick you can copy the text from Command Prompt in your document files.

Copy the Text from CMD and Paste it into Your Notepad

Copy the Text from CMD and Paste it into Your Notepad

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