Windows OS doesn’t allow you officially to paste anything else like codes, commands etc in Cmd (Command Prompt). You must have to type. Sometimes, when you need to use such commands in Cmd that very difficult in type, but due to the compulsion, you’ve to write.
At that time, you want to copy and the paste in Cmd through any way, but you can’t. Now don’t worry, you can enable copy paste option in Cmd also. You just have to change a little setting in Command Prompt and then you will also be able to paste anything else in Cmd. Well! I know you’re well aware from Command Prompt. But here may be lots of readers also who don’t know deeply about Cmd. So, before sharing a procedure, I would like to define Command Prompt shortly.
Command Prompt (Cmd)Command Prompt, also known as cmd.exe or cmd. It is an abbreviation for the command key that was found first on Apple Macintosh computers. It helps to open the Windows command line. It is the counterpart of command.com in DOS and Windows 9x systems and analogous to the Unix shells used on Unix-like systems. You can open command prompt by searching "cmd" in Start Menu.
How To Enable Copy Paste Option In Cmd?So, here are the steps to enable copy paste option in Command Prompt. To enable, first open command prompt by searching in start menu.
To enable copy paste option in Cmd, first open command prompt (Cmd).
Right click on tab and go to the 'Properties' like below image.
After that, mark on 'QuickEdit Option' in Edit Option and click on 'OK'
Now you have done and you are able to paste anything else in cmd. Copy anything by pressing 'Ctrl+C' and paste in Cmd by clicking Right Button of your Mouse. That's it!