How to Enable Copy And Paste in Command Prompt

In last article we have discussed about How To Delete Files Using CMD, Today we have another tutorial, in which you will learn How to Enable Copy and Paste in Command Prompt. Command Prompt usually used by many programmers and users to change system settings and other things. The bad thing in CMD is you can’t copy and paste any command.

How to Enable Copy And Paste in Command Prompt

Many peoples who new to Command Prompt mostly they don’t know commands, they search on internet and try to copy paste but it doesn’t work. Because copy and paste function is disabled by default in Command Prompt. So if you are newbie then here is the command list for you – A few Useful Run Commands for Windows [List]. and now in order to enable copy paste function in cmd just follow the below given steps :

  • Click on Start button and type CMD in the Start search box and then hit Enter.
  • Then, right-click on the title bar of the CMD window and then select Properties
  • After clicking on the Properties, you will see a new dialog box appear. Now, in the right-hand side, you will see Edit Options section & then you have to just check on QuickEdit Mode option to enable copy and paste in command prompt.
  • Then, Click OK button to save the settings.
  • That’s it! Now, you will see that the copy paste function will work on the command prompt window.

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