- October 29, 2013 at 12:24 am #30154
When you paste content into a Word doc you have some pasting options.
(If you do see the pasting options button see this.)
One of the options is to
Keep Text Only when pasting content. See what can happen if you choose this setting as a default pasting option.
If you ‘re content includes pictures Just say you want to post some content that does not just have text, but maybe it has pitches to. If you have set some default pasting options and have chosen to keep text only, your pictures will not be included in the pasted content.
Pasting Tables same thing happens when you try to paste a table into a Word document but have default settings that let you paste text only. The table will be converted to ugly paragraphs and text.
Bulleted or numbered list having though keep text only option also discards bullets and numbering. This isn ‘t usually a big deal as you can just select the entire list and click on the Bullets button. The list is usually restored easily. It is when you have really big lists with more than one line in them that it starts to get confusing. So be warned, if you choose to paste text only your lists will need to be redone.
To keep the bulleted lists when pasting do this:
1. Click the Microsoft Office Button Button image, and then click Word Options.
2. Click Advanced, and then scroll down to the Cut, copy, and paste section.
3. Select the Keep bullets and numbers when pasting text with Keep Text Only option check box.
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