A quick search does not reveal it in its entirety online. You can purchase a copy, however, in most any bookstore.
You can easily copy and paste stuff from internet. You can copy stuff from the internet and then paste into the presentation.
Her father found it in the secret annex after he was freed from the concentration camps. You can find a copy of the Anne Frank Diary in your local library.
copy paste the url.
Go to the website that you want to copy and press the "PRINT SCREEN" button. Then go to paint and click paste in paint. That's all.. =)
first you have to add the internet site to action replay code manager then you can copy and paste from the internet. (it is hard to do)
There is a copy at nexuslearning.net.
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You can buy a legal copy of the book. It is copyrighted.
No, It does not cost you anything to copy and paste things from the internet.
You would need to go on Brainfun.com and click on the lil Diary of a Wimpy Kid. But your public library may have an electronic copy.
Go to http://www.google.books.com good luck!!!:)
You get a copy and read it. You know by looking at the pages!
copy from internet
No, not u less you copy and paste it to the Internet. So technically no.
You can buy a copy of a megillah in most Jewish book stores or you can purchase one on the internet.
You highlight the picture, right-click (or Crtl-click on Mac) and click "Copy."
You can copy, but you may get punished if you don't acknowledge your source.
Hod your finger on a picture then click copy when it comes up.