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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to copy and paste.
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Hey guys, today I'm going to show you how to—this is a tutorial, okay. So this is on screen on my computer screen. I'm on your computer screen. So this is a tutorial, okay? Yeah, it is, okay, yeah.
As you can tell, you know, I've been awake for a long time and right now the current time is like 1:30 in the morning and so I'm just a little exhausted so I'm just going to do a tutorial. What else is there better to do? Sleep? No.
So, anyway I've done like ten videos right now and they're all like freaking hilarious to me. I don’t know about to you but I haven’t uploaded them yet but I probably will.
Today, I'm going to show you to copy and paste. So the first thing you going to start off with is you're going to start of with your text. Okay and a nice clear piece of tape, very clear piece of tape, okay. Make sure it’s clear. And you're going to take your piece of paper, you're going to put it down on the ground or the desk, you're going to take your super clear tape and you're just going to like put it on the paper like that so that it’s on there nicely. As you can see it’s on there very nicely.
And then all you have to do is like ripping hair off your leg, your hairy leg with tape just got it all like that. And then if you see, you got the text on the tape. It rips of the text. You can see it kind of rips off the text so we didn’t really copy and paste we kind of cut, we hit cut and then we hit paste. So now if I want too I can paste this on my head, on my face. If you want to see it there you go.
That’s how you can copy and paste. I was actually going to get out the scissors and a fair of glue, but I found out that tape works better.
Okay, so that’s the end. Thank you for watching, see you later.