Re: Reading more lines in the windows console output (command prompt)?
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Here's a rather round about way of reading the command prompt.
1. Open a command prompt and do what ever function you wish.
2. Press alt + space bar for the context menu.
3. Press E for edit menu.
4. choose select all.
5. Press alt + space bar again.
6. Choose edit again.
7. Choose copy.
8. Open a text editor and press control + V to paste the contents into that editor.
For some reason in the command prompt itself, control + A followed by Control + C will not work. Using the above described method does.
On 5/5/2018 4:54 AM, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io wrote:
Can you use piping to send the screen output to a file?
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