Copy and paste is one such an option in Windows PCs that the users are very much used to. It makes the tasks very simple and quick to do. There will be no computer user without the knowledge of these copy and paste features. But anyhow it doesn’t work in command prompt window where it is actually needed sometimes to enter the lengthy and not so easy commands.
Enabling Copy & Paste In Command Prompt
So, we have made this article that will help you to learn the process of enabling copy and paste in command prompt with simple steps.
- Open the run command by clicking Ctrl + R and then type CMD in the box and click ok
- Then you will see the command prompt window open, just right click on the title bar and then select the properties option from the pop-up window
- Now you can see the properties window open, just tap on the options tab and make sure the checkbox for the Quick Edit Mode is has a tick in it
- Enabling this Quick Edit Mode in the CMD window allows the users to copy anything from the CMD window and paste it somewhere or else they can also copy something anywhere and paste it in the command prompt window
- You can just simply copy the text wherever you found the required one and then open the CMD, just right click the mouse and you can find the copies text pasted in the window
- And if in case you wish to copy something in the CMD window, just select the required text and then right-click the mouse and it will be copied, you can paste it somewhere else
So, don’t worry about typing the long command if you ever happen to, just make use of this simple yet very useful copy and paste feature and make life easy.