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Last week my car died again. Having just spent over $1,500 in repairs to the cooling system, I was hoping to have trouble free running for a while, but then the auto gearbox stopped changing up & down properly (though reverse was fine, if I could have just turned my head around 180 degrees, maybe….!) Anyway, the diagnosis was that the gearbox needed replacing, at an even greater cost than the previous repair, so it was time to Cut my losses and get a new car & that’s what …
… thought I’d share the ones I find most useful with you today. Windows ShortCuts CTRL+C / CTRL+V: This one is obvious and probably the most used keyboard shortCut in the world. CTRL+C copies whatever is currently marked and CTRL+V pastes the contents again. (C for Copy, V for Verbose) CTRL+X: Cut – Copies the text for pasting, but removes it from original place (for moving text) CTRL+A: Select All – The copy and paste shortCuts work well with this one …
… you did before and do Ctrl-V (hold down the control key and the “V” key at the same time). With copy and paste you end up with your text in both places. Sometimes you won’t want that, what you really want is to move it from one place to another, so instead of using copy and paste, you use Cut and paste. And yes, there is a shortCut key combination for ‘Cut’ too – it is Ctrl-X. There are times when the Cut, copy & paste options are not available on the …

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