I don't use ctrl-c and ctrl-v for copy/paste. I prefer the seemly ancient way of Ctrl-Insert and Shift-Insert.
It allows for one handed quick navigation, selection, deletion and copy/pasting.
It also needs a real keyboard not one of those arty useless ones with half the keys missing :)
Its a standard and has existed for as long as I remember in Unix and Windows. Still in windows 10 as I have checked.
I forget what I press and can't explain it when asked so I went and wrote down the common if not all the ones I use....
copy and paste
|Ctrl-Right||move cursor to next word|
|Ctrl-Left||move cursor to start of current word|
|Ctrl-Up||move cursor to start of paragraph|
|Ctrl-Down||move cursor to end of paragraph|
|Ctrl-Home||Move cursor to top of document|
|Ctrl-End||Move cursor to bottom of document|
|Ctrl-PageUp||Move cursor to top of page|
|Ctrl-PageDown||Move cursor to bottom of page|
|Home||Move cursor to start of line|
|End||Move cursor to end of line|
and the important selections
Just the navigations with shift really.
|Shift-Ctrl-Right||Move cursor to next word and select all between|
|Shift-Ctrl-Left||Move cursor to start of word and select all between|
|Shift-Ctrl-Up||move cursor to start of paragraph and select all between|
|Shift-Ctrl-Down||move cursor to end of paragraph and select all between|
|Shift-Home||Move cursor to start of line and select all between|
|Shift-End||Move cursor to end of line and select all between|
|Shift-Ctrl-Home||Move cursor to top of document and select all between|
|Shift-Ctrl-End||Move cursor to bottom of document and select all between (in Excel it does to the end of valid data. very handy)|
|Shift-Ctrl-PageUp||Move cursor to top of page and select all between|
|Shift-Ctrl-PageDown||Move cursor to bottom of page and select all between|
finally the deletes
|Shift-Delete||Deletes whole line|
|Ctrl-Delete||Deletes to end of word|
|Ctrl-Backspace||Deletes to start of word|
Don't have a ctrl-x cut equivalent but since the finger is there, a tap on delete key does the job.
The Up/Down ones tend to vary between programs so don't always work as explained above.