Quickly Copy Text From Error Message Alerts
By on June 12th, 2008

Every application you use may at one point or another crash or cease running, in most of the cases the applications show  you error messages in a alert using which you can Google or contact the support staff of the application.

For many years we have painfully typed each of the word in the error message in order to be able to Google it and find a solution.

Well not any more we came across a useful trick that will allow you to copy paste the error messages to a text editor without having to type it all.

To use the trick you need to simply need to copy the text from the active alert window using the hotkey Ctrl + C and then paste it to any text editor of your choice using the hotkey Ctrl + V.

error-message-copy-instructions

Hope this trick will save you lots of time and efforts. Thanks CompuWorld.

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