Ctrl-V

Ctrl-V

In a Windows PC, holding down the Ctrl key and pressing the V key pastes the contents of the clipboard into the current cursor location. The Mac equivalent is Command-V. See Ctrl-C.
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In Scopus: Go to Advanced, click on Enter query string, press Ctrl-V to paste your search strategy, and click Search.
In Scopus: Go to Advanced, click on Enter query string, and press Ctrl-V to paste your search strategy and click Search.
That 'cut and paste' stuff (A whole chapter dedicated to the all-time powerful 'Ctrl-C, Ctrl-X, Ctrl-V' mantra)
Place the cursor where you want the graph to appear and press Ctrl-V to bring the copy into the document.
I went back to PowerPoint and pressed Ctrl-V for paste and within a few seconds, the entire image appeared with essentially the same quality as the original Freelance image.
I then went to WordPerfect and pressed Ctrl-V and a small version of the figure appeared in the corner of the page.