This is for those who had trouble figuring out how to cut and paste web addresses and other objects when having difficulty with a search engines.
Things You'll Need
- internet access
Do you need an internet address pasted into a web browser and it's being difficult? Instead of using the cut and paste under the edit menu--use the Control "C" and Control "V" commands to Copy(C) and Paste(V) into stubborn browsers' boxes for web pages.
Can't copy the current web page address from the current window? Try saving the page as a text file and then using the commands in the first step to cut and paste.
If the web page address is in your e-mail and you can't get it to open in the browser and are unable to cut and paste, save the message as a text a file and use the commands in step 1.
If you are not able to print such as something you just typed in an online form for your own records--try selecting the text and using any command to copy it, then paste it into the text dialog box on your e-mail programs write or compose page. Then print the message.
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