If you just moved from windows to mac or if you are a new mac user then you might be confused with the necessary copy and paste function. Well if you are having issues then don’t worry about it because we are gonna learn is at “OK CHEF” speed.
Well, moving on to mac has its advantages, and for me also it was an excellent experience at Mac OS. You get great power management, installing applications in Mac is super handy, and some other cool features were the quick-look feature, colour file tagging, etc. So, now let’s talk about them one by one, in this article, I am going to talk about the copy and paste in Mac.
Now, in windows, the copy and paste were like “Ctrl + C” and “Ctrl + V” while on Mac too it’s simple and there are a lot of methods for the copy-paste thing. Let’s talk about them.
Method 1. Using the keyboard Shortcuts
Well, this is what you supposed to do mostly. All that you need to do is just select the text or file or whatever you are trying to copy and then copy the content using “Cmd + C.” Now move to the location where you want to paste the content/text and press “Cmd + V.” That’s it you are done.
Method 2. Using the drop-down Menu
Mostly you’ll use the above-listed shortcut. But there are times when let’s say for some reason you don’t have access to your keyboard, then in this case either you can use the onboard keyboard for the method I or you can simply right-click the desired content and select Cut or Copy and then at the final location right-click and select “Paste” to paste the text or files.
Note: If you are copying some differently formatted text from a document then remember to Select “Paste and Match Style” instead of “Paste”.
Ready to Copy Paste MAC?
Finally, you have learned to Copy and Paste on Mac. I hope you have liked the tutorial. If you still have any queries regarding the same please leave a comment below and I’ll try to solve it as soon as possible.