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You can copy text from and paste text into the Command Prompt window. The process is a little different depending on how the QuickEdit Mode option is configured.

You configure QuickEdit Mode on the Options tab of the Command Prompt Properties window, shown in the following figure:



You can access this window by right-clicking the title bar of the Command Prompt window and choosing Properties. Look at the following figure:



The QuickEdit Mode option changes the way that you can cut text from and paste text into the command line. The Insert Mode option below it works just like the Insert key of the keyboard. It allows you to insert characters into the command line when enabled, or overwrite characters in the command line when disabled.

Note: If you want your changes to the Options tab to apply any time the Command Prompt window is open instead of applying only to the current session, right-click the title bar of the Command Prompt window, click Defaults, and then click the Options tab (if it’s not already displayed) and make your changes. Look at the following figure:





As you can see in the above figure, the title of the Properties Window has been changed from "Command Prompt Properties" to "Console Windows Properties", by selecting Defaults option.


Copy from the Command Prompt Window


How you copy text from the command prompt window depends on whether QuickEdit Mode is enabled or disabled.

  • If QuickEdit Mode is enabled (checked) --> Use the mouse to select text, and then press Enter to copy the selected text.
  • If QuickEdit Mode is not enabled (unchecked) --> Right-click in the Command Prompt window and click Mark. Use the mouse to select text, and then press Enter to copy the selected text. Look at the following figure:



Both of these methods copy the text to the Clipboard. You can then paste the text into your desired application.


Paste Text into the Command Prompt Window


You can paste any text that is on the Clipboard into the command line.

  • If QuickEdit Mode is enabled (checked) --> Right-click in the Command Prompt window and the data is pasted where you clicked. If the pasted data includes a new line from the Enter key, you’ll execute the command as soon as you paste it.
  • If QuickEdit Mode is not enabled (unchecked) --> Right-click in the Command Prompt window and click Paste. Look at the following figure:



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    Content was taken from: "Book - Windows 7 Portable Command Guide"

    Published by Darril Gibson (Pearson)

    de.scribd.com/.../67827130-Windows-7-Portable-Command-Guide-MCTS-70-680-70-685-70-686

    my.safaribooksonline.com/.../ch01

    See also the pirated main article Managing Windows 7 through Command Line which links to additionalpirated chapters of the book:

    social.technet.microsoft.com/.../12066.pirated-20130920-2224.aspx

    According to the US Copyright Act every content which is *substantially similar* to the original is a plagiarism.

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