How to Enable Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V for Pasting in the Windows Command Prompt

One of the most irritating problems with the Windows(7,8,10) command prompt is that you can not paste anything into the window using the keyboard easily—it requires using the mouse. Here is how to fix that problem, has a solution.
When you use Command prompt in windows, you might notice that copy and paste option is not allowed in CMD. By default, Windows doesn’t allow its users to copy commands from somewhere and paste them in command prompt. However, there is a way to enable this feature in the command prompt. In this article, we will learn about How to enable Copy and paste in Windows command prompt.
How to enable Copy and paste in command prompt.
You just follow this simple steps, You can Enable Copy and Paste in command prompt.
►In The CMD, right-click on the title bar and select properties option from the pop-up menu


If you click the ok you will see this screen 

 This CMD, right-click on the title bar and select properties option from the pop-up menu.
► Now make sure that Options tab is selected and check Quick Edit Mode in the newly opened window. By checking  Quick Edit Mode and enable it, Now you can copy text from anywhere and paste it in the CMD or copy text from the CMD and paste anywhere it else.

Just copy text from any source if you want to use CTRL + C and Just right click in the  CMD using your mouse. You will notice that the text is copied in your command prompt. The text is written as many times as you right click on Command prompt.
Similarly to copy text from CMD, select the text and right-click using the mouse on selected text to copy it. Now you can paste the text in anywhere you want.

► There is another method to copy text from the CMD without using the above method. In this way, just right-click on the title bar of Command prompt, select Edit then Mark.
► Now you can select text from the command prompt and copy it and paste it in any document anywhere.

I hope you have understood How to enable copy paste in command prompt. If you like this article, then feel free to share it with others.

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