Copy and paste functions in Google Docs are basically no different from those in Mac OS and Windows, except that here it is made through Google Docs own context menu, nothing complicated, though. And now we’re going to take advantage of these commands.
Watch the video from https://thegoodocs.com/ and find out how to copy and paste in Google Docs:
NB! Or you do it with a keyboard shortcut. So, once again: select the text you want to copy, but this time, press Ctrl + C on a keyboard for Windows or Cmd + C for Mac.
NB! As well as for the “Copy” function, we have a shortcut for the “Paste” one, which is Ctrl + V for Windows and Cmd + V for Mac.
NB! This command will delete the selected data, but at the same time, it will save it to a clipboard of the computer, so that you can paste it later.
NB! Frequently, when you copy and paste the data into Google Docs or move it over multiple documents, you might face the situation that the function also inserts the original formatting while you may need the content to take the formatting of your current document.
NB! Or do it with a shortcut, which is Ctrl + Shift + V for Windows or Cmd + Shift + V for Mac.
We hope this tutorial will help you learn how to copy and paste in Google Docs. Good luck!