You may have heard about Google’s new Chrome OS operating system, but did you know there are some things you can’t do about it?
The Chromebook is a small computer that runs Google’s Chrome web browser. It has no physical keyboard, mouse, or screen, so everything must be done through the web browser.
Here’s how to copy and paste text from one app to another.
If you’re using a Chromebook, you’ll need to use the “copy” command to save something to your clipboard. Then, when you want to paste something into an application, just select the item from your clipboard and press Ctrl+V (or Command+V on Mac). This will automatically paste whatever was copied to your clipboard.
Press Ctrl+Shift+C (or Command+Option+C) to copy text.
If you’re looking for more ways to work with your Chromebook’s keyboard shortcuts, check out our guide here.
Press Ctrl+V (Command+V) to paste it into another app.
In addition to using the keyboard shortcut, you can also copy text by pressing Command+C (Ctrl+C). Then, just press Enter to paste it into another application.
Click on Menu icon at the top right corner of the screen.
From there, click on “More Tools” and then select “Copy.”
Select “Paste” or “Paste as plain text.”
Now, paste the copied text into any other application. If you’re using Microsoft Word, simply press Ctrl+V (or Command+V) to paste the text. If you’re using another program, check out our guide to copying and pasting on Windows.