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Definition: Win Copy between windows


In all versions of Windows, you can copy or move text and graphics from one window to another by selecting from the Edit menu. When you use the copy functions (copy and paste) or the move functions (cut and paste), you are using the Windows clipboard as an intermediate storage location. To copy and move files and folders, see Win Copy/move files/folders.

Copy
After copying, the data exist in both location. To copy data, do the following.

1. Highlight text and/or images.
2. Select Copy from the Edit menu.
3. Switch to destination window.
4. Move cursor to destination location.
5. Select Paste from the Edit menu.

Move
After moving, the data only exist in the new location. To move data, do the following.

1. Highlight text and/or images.
2. Select Cut from the Edit menu.
3. Switch to destination window.
4. Move cursor to destination location.
5. Select Paste from the Edit menu.