Copy Command Prompt output to the Windows Clipboard in simple steps

11 Mar

It was never easy to get your CMD line output to the clipboard. But here I share this video that shows you how to transfer the results of your command prompt command to a text file. You can copy these results to Windows clipboard and then paste them to Notepad or WordPad. Here are the steps:

Just write “: clip” at the end the command of which you want to copy the output and hit the enter.

Now open the Notepad or Wordpad and click on paste.


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