Generally speaking to use copy and paste simply make a selection, a single object or multi-selection group, and press Ctrl + C to Copy, then Ctrl + V to Paste. This clones the selection much the same way as Duplicate Objects (Shift + D) so the new items will appear linked to and moving with the mouse.
Where is duplicate option in blender?
There are currently four ways in Blender to procedurally duplicate objects. These options are located in the Object ‣ Duplication panel. This creates an instance of all children of this object on each vertex (for mesh objects only).
What is ALT D in blender?
Shortcut. Alt – D. You also have the choice of creating a Linked Duplicate rather than a Duplicate; this is called a deep link. This will create a new object with all of its data linked to the original object. If you modify one of the linked objects in Edit Mode, all linked copies are modified.
How do you focus an object in Blender?
In Blender v2. 81, hold the alt button and click with the middle mouse button to change centre of focus.
What type of files does Blender support?
Luckily, Blender offers a wide range of file formats (e.g. OBJ, FBX, 3DS, PLY, STL, etc.) that can be used to import and export. Popular formats are enabled by default, other formats are also supported and distributed with Blender, these can be enabled in the Preferences through the use of Add-ons.