Well, here’s something for our Mac OS X Lion! This newly launch Mac OS X Lion has brought the long anticipated “Cut and Paste” feature to the Mac OS X desktop and Finder, allowing users to truly cut and move the selected documents and folders to a new location, rather than just making a copy of them. Here’s presenting you the step by step guidelines posted on how to cut and paste files and folders in Mac OS X Lion.
How To Cut And Paste Files And Folders In Mac OS X Lion
- “Command+C” – This keys combination copies the files or documents.
- “Command+Option+V” – This key combination will paste the documents into the new location, cutting it from the prior locating and moving it to the new location.
NOTE : Well, if you just hit “Command+V”, then, you’ll only move a copy of the files into the new location, as in a true copy and paste, rather than a copy and paste function. Also, by holding down the “Option” key, you can change the menu text to show “Move Items Here” to signify the difference.
Well, this is the feature for what many Windows converts wanting for so many times. Now, it’s on Mac OS X Lion.