CC = carbon copy = people who get your mail (apart from the addressee, of course). You can ask people older than 40 years what a sheet of carbon was!
BCC = blind carbon copy = people who get your mail also, but other people don't know (other people can see the cc's, but not the bcc's).
First make a selection with keyboard or mouse. The highlighted parts is copied. Control-A is a shortcut for copying the whole document.
Then copy the selection to the clipboard: Edit>Copy from the menu or control-C. You can't see that it's on the clipboard, but it still is there!
Then go to the place (mail, document) where you want the copy, and choose Edit>Paste or control-V. And, whoops, it's there.
How about going to the public library or a book shop and reading some simple books on working with Windows and mailing/internetting? You'll be surprised what's possible.
Hope this helps.
When I email in reply what does the Cc: and the Bcc: mean??? Also when I highlight something to copy I press control and a then i highlight cop that brings highlighted stuff to side of computer screen. How do I move it from there to a nother area in computer? I dont know how to paste? HELP!!!!!Stella 31 e