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Quick Copy and Paste in Command Prompts

From the department of “Why didn’t I notice this before?” comes a very useful command line tip. By selecting the Quick Edit Mode check box, you enable copy and paste from the Command Prompt window. To copy, select the text in the Command Prompt window with your left mouse button, and then right-click. To paste, either at the command prompt or in a text file, right-click. It works with the windows clip board as well. Copy something from a windows application and then right-click in the command prompt. How did I live with out this wonder?

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