Find which item from list 1 matches which item in list 2 and which item from list 3 they go with.
A) The Copy command
B) The Cut command
C) The Paste command
D) The Save command
E) The Select All command
F) The Undo command
i) This command updates the file on your storage medium (e.g. hard drive or network drive). Should there be an interruption in your work, you can be sure that everything done up to last time this command was executed will, be safe. When you are working, this command should be executed every few minutes.
ii) This command will reverse that last thing you did. You can keep executing this command over and over to reverse the second-last thing you did, third-last thing you did, etc. You can’t undo past a save.
iii)This command removes the selected text to the “Clipboard” from which it can be pasted to another location or multiple locations. It stays on the clipboard until new text is placed on the clipboard through cutting or copying, even if the file gets closed. This allows you to move text from one file to another easily.
iv) This command duplicates the selected text and puts it on the “Clipboard” from which it can be pasted to another location or multiple locations. It stays on the clipboard until new text is placed on the clipboard through cutting or copying, even if the file gets closed. This allows you to copy text from one file to another easily.
v) This command puts a copy of the information on the “Clipboard” into your file wherever the cursor is. If you execute this command while text is selected, the text from the clipboard will replace the selected text. Since this command does not remove the data from the clipboard (it only takes a copy), you can keep pasting repeatedly.
vi) This command selects the entire document with the exception of headers, footers, and graphics that are outside the margins. It is useful when making global changes to fonts, spacing, etc.