To put a copy of the contents of the clipboard (whatever was last copied or cut) in at the specified insertion point.
Paste is used with Cut (see Cut) to copy text from one area to another.Â Can be used to copy text from document to document.
To transfer the contents of the clipboard into the current document. The command key sequence is usually Command - V.
To put a copy of the contents of the Clipboard whatever was last cut or copied at the insertion point.
vb. To insert text or a graphic that has been cut or copied from one document into a different location in the same or a different document.
Puts the item on the clipboard into a document.
n. A choice that places the contents of the clipboard at the current cursor position.
place clipboard contents at cursor location
To take material previously copied to the Windows Clipboard and put it in a document or, similarly, to place a whole file in a new location after copying it.
Insert the objects from the clipboard into the current Folder.
Inserting information into a document from the clipboard.
To insert text or image s or file s into the current document or directory. Blocks of text or complete files can be pasted. If a paragraph is being pasted into the current document then it can be either copied from a different document or cut from a different document. If like me you have young children then cut and paste is a very popular activity
In a graphics program, "stuck down". In some programs pasting is not reversible, while in others pasted items can later be moved, brought to the front, rotated and so on. In programs dealing with text or figures, pasted material has been copied or cut from one location and has been made to appear in another. Long passages of text which need to appear many times in a document can be repeated in this way, thus dispensing with a lot of extra typing. Most word processors have a feature variously titled "glossary" or "autocorrect" in which long passages of text can be stored. Later, typing a prearranged nonsense word such as "mybibentry" will cause the text to be pasted into the document.
To insert cut or copied text, graphics, or data from the Clipboard into a new area of a slide or new slide.
To copy an object from a temporary storage area on your computer to a file. In word processing, text is moved from one place to another by copying or cutting and pasting. You can also use the following hot keys (Hot keys allow you to do things like copy or paste by simply pressing a pair keys on your keyboard): Windows Hot Keys CTRL-V Paste Macintosh Hot Keys Command-V Paste
to place a graphic or text onto a document from the clipboard.
To place the contents of the Clipboard (cut or copied objects) at the current cursor location.
a term for imitation gemstones. Fine jewelry was often imitated in finely made copies to protect the wearer from theft, and these were referred to as "paste".
Insert text or other data as input into one computer program that has been copied into a clipboard by the same or by another computer program.
Temporary storage area for any object that you cut or copy. Also called your clipboard. Pastes an object from the clipboard to the selected area.
Allows pasting of the last object that was copied or cut. This command is found under the Edit Menu.
Inserting data into an area. Pasting is commonly used in reference to text files where a block of text is cut from one area and pasted into another area.
To insert a copy at an insertion point.
See: cut, copy, paste
A command in the Edit menu that places the contents of the Clipboard (whatever was last cut or copied) at the insertion point. See also Cut, Copy, Clipboard, Insertion Point.
Insert previously copied text using the 'Ctrl' and 'V', this will paste the text to wherever your cursor is.
An efficient way to insert a single letter, word, an entire block of text, or an image from one location within a document or file, to the same or another document or file. To paste, means to place the material, into a document.
The command used to place the contents that have been cut to the Windows clipboard into a file.
To copy text or graphics from one file into another file.
inserts a copy of the clipboard contents at a selected point in the document.
To copy the contents of the clipboard into an application.
Copying the contents of the clipboard into the document at the insertion point.
Used with the Copy icon, after copying the information to the Clipboard, move the Insertion point to another place in your document, click on Paste.
To place a selected piece of a document from the Clipboard into another location in the same or in a different document.
A command on the Edit menu that inserts data copied to the clipboard into a document.
A command in the edit menu that places the contents of the clipboard - whatever was last cut or copied - at the location of the insertion point.
To copy an object from a buffer (or clipboard) to a file. In word processing, blocks of text are moved from one place to another by cutting and pasting.
A command which transfers an object from the clipboard into the DTP work area.
After cutting or copying an item, use the Paste function to move the item to its new location
An Edit Menu command that places the contents of the clipboard (whatever has most recently been Cut or Copied) into a document, at whatever place the insertion bar / cursor is located.
A command that inserts graphics, text, or data into a document from the clipboard.
A command used in various MicrosoftÂ® Office application that allows the user to insert data from the clipboard that has been cut or copied. With the cursor positioned where you want the data to be added, press Ctrl (or apple on a Macintosh) and V simultaneously.
To “paste” is to create a copy of an object which is in the computer's memory and place the copy into the report. For example, you could cut a text object from your report by highlighting it by clicking on it, then pressing the key combination “Ctrl+X”. This moves the text object into your computer's memory, and will cause your text object to disappear. In order to retrieve this object, you must “paste” this object into your report by pressing “Ctrl+V”.
To transfer the contents of the clipboard (˜) to an application. Many applications have a Paste Command that performs this task.
to insert text, or other material, from the clipboard or copy buffer.