Lately, iDB has tried a bit more to help those who are brand new to Mac. For example, we have recently shown you how to right-click on your Mac as well as provide guidance on the differences you want to notice if you switch from Windows to Mac.
This is another article that helps you if you're new to Mac. After all, we want you to enjoy your experience and enjoy using macOS with everything it has to offer.
This tutorial shows three different ways to copy and paste text on Mac. Then you can use the one that is most comfortable for you, or look it up depending on the situation.
Copy and paste on the Mac with the hot keys
If you are used to the hot keys and find that you can achieve it, you need faster, so you can copy and paste easily.
- For copy text, select it and use Command + C + C .
- For clip select it and use Command + X + X .
- To paste the text you copied or cut, place the cursor where you want the text and use Command + V .
The shortcuts are similar to Windows on C, X and V, but you hold the Ctrl key instead of Command. So, you can probably get used to this.
Copy and paste on Mac with right-click
Maybe you're more of a right-click type user. You can copy and paste with the context menu that appears when you right-click, just like on Windows. But different on Mac, you can also use Control and click to perform right-click actions.
1) Select the text you want to copy or cut and then paste.  2) Right-click or hold Check and click .
3) In the context menu that appears, select Copy Copy ] Cut .
4) Move your cursor where you want that text and right click or hold Check and click
5) Select Paste in the context menu.
Copy and paste on Mac with menu bar
While some third-party applications may work differently, most Edit option from the menu bar to copy, cut and paste actions. And with some apps on your Mac, like Notes and Pages, you can also use an alternative to Paste and Match Style .
For a single copy and paste, select the text and click Edit > Copy (or Cut ) from the menu bar. Move your cursor where you want that text and click Edit > Paste from the menu bar.
When using this type of copying and pasting, the text you copy should retain the formatting when you paste it. If you prefer to match the formatting in the document you are pasting to, you can use another option.
Copy or cut the text with Edit in the menu bar as described above. When you are ready to paste, click Edit > Paste and Match Style from the menu bar. This is useful if you paste text into an existing list or pre-formatted text as a title or heading.
Although this tutorial may not be useful for those who have used Mac for many years, and copy And pasting every day, we will make sure we help all levels of Mac users. So if you have a friend or family member who just bought their first Mac, share this link with them.
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