There are several ways to cut and paste items in Windows. My favorite way and personally, probably the fastest for me, is to use the Ctrl-C to cut and Ctrl-V to paste.
Being in a business environment for many years I am still suprised at the amount of people that still prefer to use the menu commands under “Edit”. I find that I usually have the left hand sitting on the keyboard so it makes it easy for me to reach to the Control key.
Here is a list of the many ways to Cut and Paste in Windows:
- Keyboard shortcuts – Ctrl-C to cut and Ctrl-V to paste
- Menu Commands – Click on Edit on the menu bar which is usually at the top of the screen (file, edit, view, etc.) and then choose Cut followed by Paste
- Use the cut and paste buttons in Microsoft Office. They are usually a default for the toolbars. They are pictures of a scissors and a clipboard.
- Right-Click with the mouse and choose the cut and paste options
These are just some simple suggestions.