How to correctly mark a text in Windows

Selecting text or marking in Windows is easy. It is one of the first που μαθαίνουμε και την χρησιμοποιούμε καθημερινά όχι μόνο στους υπολογιστές μας, αλλά και για τα us. No special skill required, just turn left , hold down the mouse button and move it until you have highlighted the text you want (either the whole mouse or the mouse wheel). But is this the right and the shortest way?

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Most Windows users only know and use the above process, but there are actually three ways to highlight text. Their difference is in the way and others what you have is markup per letter, per word and per paragraph. Choosing the right marking process saves you time and, believe us, frustration.

Select Text by one character at a time
To select a text per character at a time, place your cursor shortly before the character you want to start, press the left mouse button once and hold it down. Then drag the mouse over the text you want to select and your mark will move one character as you move the cursor over it.

Select Text by one word at a time
To select text per word at a time, place your cursor shortly before the word you want to start, press the left mouse button times and hold it down. Then drag the mouse over the text you want to select and your mark will move one word at a time as you move the cursor over it.

Select Text per Paragraph one at a time
To select text per paragraph at a time, place your cursor shortly before the paragraph you want to start, press the left mouse button three times and hold it down. Then drag the mouse over the text you want to select and your mark will move one paragraph at a time as you move the bucket on it.

These three modes work in all their versions and applications Windows that support text selection.

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