How To Enable Copy Paste In Command Prompt/ CMD – Windows

Here we are going to tell you about a smart trick which is ” how to Enable Copying and Pasting Texts in Windows Command prompt”. The main advantage of this trick is that a user can copy any command that they get from any word/excel file or find on the internet and paste it directly in CMD (Command prompt) and then can execute it.

Enable Copy Paste In Command Prompt/ CMD

But there is condition  that By Default Windows (OS) do not allow users to Copy text and Paste it in CMD Or Copy text from Command prompt (CMD) and paste it elsewhere. But there will be an option given to enable Copy & Paste Text in CMD.

So here are some simple steps given to do this. Just follow these steps and do it yourself:

Step 1: First of all,  Press Win + R key to Open CMD or type CMD in search bar.
Step 2: Now, right Click on the Title of the CMD window and Select Properties.
Step 3: Here  a Pop up Window will appear on screen, go to the Edit Options, Just Check Quick Edit Mode and click OK
Step 4: Now Copy your text here Using CTRL + C keys and press right click from mouse on CMD. then you will see that text is been pasted automatically in CMD.
as same if you want to Copy any text from CMD then simply select that text in CMD and again press Right Click with the mouse. Now you can paste it in any document you want.

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