For applying configuration to another switch/router, you would do opposite of what Mohammed suggested.
1. Login to the switch/router, type go into configuration mode with "config t", and paste all of the information from the notepad, or whatever you are using.
2. You can also do "copy tftp: startup-config", but you'd need a TFTP server.
For the router, only static routes are in the configuration. Other routes are created either automatically (Routes with "C" code for Connected) or dynamically through the use of routing protocol. Therefore routing table is created only after router boots up, starts communicating and exchanges information with it's neighbors.
And addition to Mohammed's suggestion, if you want to copy the Vlan information, change the switch to vtp transparent so this information can be part of the config. If the switch is running on vtp server or client, this information is contained in the vlan.dat file.
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