The Command Prompt (cmd.exe) on Windows allows you to edit and modify text easily using just your keyboard. You don’t need to use a separate text editor.
In this beginner’s guide, you will learn useful Command Prompt keyboard shortcuts to edit text, so you can quickly modify commands and fix typos.
Practice Common Editing Scenarios
Here are some example scenarios to practice useful Command Prompt text editing techniques:
- Fix a typo in the middle of a long
- Change the path in a previous
- Replace arguments to a command like
- Select and copysubnets from a
netshcommand to paste elsewhere
- Delete words or characters to modify an
The more you use these text editing shortcuts, the more easily you can adapt and fix commands directly in the Command Prompt.[/su_box]
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