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Cut, Copy, Paste, Drag and Drop 

To move an object, use the left mouse button to drag the object from one folder to another on the same drive. Use Shift+Left-drag to force a move. To copy an object, use the left mouse button to drag the object from one folder to another on a different drive. Use CTRL+Left+drag to force a copy. To create a shortcut to an executable, use the left mouse button to drag an executable file to a new folder. 

Use the right mouse button to drag an object from one folder to another, and then select 'Create Shortcut(s) Here' to create a shortcut to that object. The icon annotations indicate what will happen: a plus sign for copy, an arrow for a shortcut, and no symbol for a move. Press ESC while you are dragging the object to cancel the action. 

To create document shortcuts: Right drag a selection from an OLE document (for example, Word 95) onto the Desktop or folder, and then select "Create Document Shortcut Here." This document shortcut will open the original document at the place in the document that the shortcut originated. 

To create document scraps: Use the left mouse button to drag a selection from an OLE document (for example, Word 95) onto the desktop or folder to create a scrap (a scrap is an OLE object that contains the selection). Drop the scrap onto another document or back onto the original document to insert or render it (whichever is most appropriate).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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