How to paste text in command prompt?

Everyone knows that we can simply copy paste text in note pad or any other similar text Editors, like wise you can copy text from notepad or any text editor and paste the text in command prompt in simple step !

You can think  CTRL + V works, but it will not work in shows some characters like ^V

Here is the Simple Solution !

1. Copy any Text

2. In Command Prompt – Right Click – Paste

This method will paste the text which is available in clipboard.

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  1. Hehe! It’s true. The simple method is always the best. Thanks for sharing it.

  2. Gnome terminal has an option to make cntrl-c and cntrl-v work for copy paste. I use cntrl-\ for kill process now, since cntrl-c means copy.

  3. It is really very simple thanks for sharing 🙂

  4. I am sure that this simple thing is not known to many people…. 🙂
    I hope this will help newbies…..

  5. Thanks Karthik. very useful for me. Keep writing ans sharing these useful tips 🙂

  6. Never thought to use Mouse on command prompt 🙁 Thanks for telling !

  7. Useful information did not know this thanks for sharing.

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