One of the neatest tricks you will learn in this
class is the "cut and paste - copy and
technique, where the user can Cut or Copy information from one screen
and and paste
it onto a word processor page.
You will need your web browser, a word processor, and
you can also utilize a graphics processor of some kind if you have
Within the word processor, users commonly select text by
highlighting with the mouse, copy selected text using either the
Edit/Copy dropdown menu or using Ctrl-C, then move text down
a document and paste it at another point using the Edit/Paste dropdown
menu or using Ctrl-V.
What folks sometimes do not know is that this same principle can with the word processor and your web browser to copy text from one source and paste it into another -- within the limits of the software.For example, it is quite possible to type up a message to someone on your word processor.