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how to copy and paste avail information onto web address bar when receiving e-mail

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When I get an e-mail with new information that I have applied to a certain website and cannot click it on, the e-mail tells me to copy and paste the new information on the address bar of my web browser ????  How do I do this; highlight the area to be copied (which I can find "copy" at the top of my e-mails), but can't find "paste" anywhere???

 

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Hello, and Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

It would help us reply to you if you gave us more information... Which HP device are you using?  A Windows PC with a keyboard?

 

An Android Tablet?  A ChromeBook?

 

If Windows, the keyboard shortcuts always work.  Highlight the address, type "Control-C" to copy the information.

 

Now click in the address box of the browser and using the keyboard, type "Control-V" to Paste.    Think as the "V" as an arrow pointing to "paste it here!"    🙂

 

(To perform each function, press and hold the control key first, then tap the letter you wish).

 

Other ways to paste is to right-click your mouse and choose "Paste" (after copying something).

 

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Hello, and Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

It would help us reply to you if you gave us more information... Which HP device are you using?  A Windows PC with a keyboard?

 

An Android Tablet?  A ChromeBook?

 

If Windows, the keyboard shortcuts always work.  Highlight the address, type "Control-C" to copy the information.

 

Now click in the address box of the browser and using the keyboard, type "Control-V" to Paste.    Think as the "V" as an arrow pointing to "paste it here!"    🙂

 

(To perform each function, press and hold the control key first, then tap the letter you wish).

 

Other ways to paste is to right-click your mouse and choose "Paste" (after copying something).

 

WyreNut

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Thank you very much...yes, I am just using my computer (HP) and regular keyboard...I am not real savvy when it comes to computers, so I am glad I found this help website.....thanks, again!

Madeline

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Glad to help!  🙂

 

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@maddy6 

 

Thank you for visiting the HP Support Forums. I'm sorry to inform you that your post has needed some editing to remove personal information. From our Rules of Participation:

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Thank you for your e-mail...I will be careful

 

Maddy6

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