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    Teaching cut, copy, undo shortcuts



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    Saw this on Google+ today, and thought it was kind of a cool image:
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    Thats brilliant, if you had to teach someone in a nutshell that would be it!
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    I was thinking that adding a picture of a camera would make CTRL+C as well.
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    Yep, i guess thats the only thing that stops that picture being perfect!
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