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How to Enable Copy Paste in Command Prompt

Windows doesn’t allow by default to have copy paste in command prompt. But we can have copy and paste feature enabled in command prompt. One of the main advantages of this feature is that you can copy or paste large commands in CMD (command prompt).

How to enable copy paste in Command Prompt

1. Open Command Prompt, type CMD in Run or in the search option.

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2. Right click on the title bar of the Command Prompt window and select Properties.

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3. A small pop window will open, now under the Edit Options on the right hand side, just check the option Quick Edit Mode and click OK.

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4. This is done. Now you copy and paste text from and to Command Prompt. This is a small tip and tweak which is really helpful in copy large commands to or from Command Prompt.

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