Sunday, January 23, 2011

How To Enable Copy Paste in Command Prompt ??

Have you noticed in Windows command prompt that you can’t paste anything into the window using the keyboard easily but requires mouse to do so. Here’s how to fix that problem.

What you’ll have to do is use the Alt+Space keyboard combination to bring up the window menu, then hit the E key, and then the P key. This will trigger the menus and paste into the console.

The next solution for this irritating problem is to use a quick AutoHotkey script to enable pasting from the keyboard.

Follow these Steps:

1. Download and Install the AutoHotKey from HERE.

2. Create a new AutoHotkey script or add the following to your existing script

3. This script uses the data copied in the clipboard to send it to the command prompt.

Note: The script doesn’t paste line breaks very well.

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