to copy something using keyboard shortcuts you use ctrl+c and to paste you use ctrl+v
highlight it and then right click and then find copy
Control + W or ALt + F4
To copy text using the keyboard, you need to hit two letters at once. Typically this is the control button and the letter C button on Windows. On a Mac It would be the Command button and the letter C button at the same time.
Here, just copy this: ("'( (0_0) )"')
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To copy text using your keyboard, a person would use the key combination of cntl+c. This would copy a line of text or an image after it has been selected. To paste the object or text, use the combination of cntl+v.
Primarily to use in combination with other keys to make keyboard shortcuts. Like Ctrl+C means 'copy' in Windows.
CRTL + C to copy and CTRL + V to paste. Also CTRL + X is used to cut.
It works for most things
The copy command in computers saves some selected information, be that text, a file, part of a photograph, or something else, to a virtual "clipboard". It can usually be accessed with the keyboard shortcut "control-c". After an item is saved to the clipboard, it can then be pasted into a second location, making a copy of the original. The "paste" keyboard shotcut is "control-v".
Ctrl - C is the most common keyboard shortcut to copy highlighted text, but there are others, depending on the application you are using. For example, in Word you can use Shift - F2.