Copy and Paste:
Copy and Paste in Word
Generally its copying something from one part of the computer to another or to a memory stick etc. You have 3 functions Cut, Copy and Paste.
To Copy something before deleting the original, for another location.
To Copy for another location, leaving the original in place.
After Cut or Copy you then Paste something to another location.
You can Cut, Copy and Paste a wide range of things on a computer. From a File, Folder or contents of a file and Paste them to another position on the computer.
To Cut or Copy something you can click on it once to highlight it, then right click that highlighted object etc. and choose Cut or Copy from the menu.
If you highlight something e.g. a file or folder or even some chosen area within a file, once its highlighted you can use the edit menu usually on the top of that page. When you click the edit menu you will be given the choice of what you want to do.
Also in windows systems and some other operating systems, you can use keyboard commands to Cut, Copy and Paste. Press both keys together. Obviously you must choose something first.
Cut = Ctrl and x
Copy = Ctrl and c
Paste = Ctrl and v