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#1default How To Copy Texts From Command Prompt on Sat Dec 03, 2011 9:03 am

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To get rid of this, I’ve a very simple trick you can use to copy texts from command prompt.

Load the command prompt window and load any directory by typing DIR command.

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You may want to copy some portion or some text from the command
prompt window. To select text, right click on command prompt window and
choose Mark menu.

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Hold down left mouse button and drag your mouse to select the text..

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After selecting the necessary texts press ENTER button in your keyboard or just use Copy shortcut (CTRL+C).

Now the selected text will be copied to the clipboard.

Try to paste it in any text editor; you’ll have the copied text ready for you.

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Wasn’t that simple, I hope you’ll apply this trick in future and share this with your friends.

You can also copy and paste within the command prompt window, copy texts from any part of your Windows and right click on Command Prompt window, then click on Paste.

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