How to Copy Block of Text to Document File?

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Can I copy more than one block of text  to the clipboard, then paste everything into my document ?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #86496

How to Copy Block of Text to Document File?

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Yes!

This feature is called "Collect and Paste." Just copy up to 12 blocks of text (24 blocks in Word XP/2003), then, when you're ready to paste uses the Clipboard toolbar in Word 2000 or the task pane on the right side of the screen in Word XP/2003.

You can paste everything at once, or individual items in different locations, however the mouse over the icons on the Clipboard toolbar or on the task pane on the right side of the screen to get a preview of the content.

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #86497

How to Copy Block of Text to Document File?

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Is Exactly! Sohail answer is correct.

You Just copy up to 12 blocks of text (24 blocks in Word XP/2003), then, when you're ready to paste uses the Clipboard toolbar in Word 2000 or the task pane on the right side of the screen in Word XP/2003.

Answered By 0 points N/A #86498

How to Copy Block of Text to Document File?

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Hi I can give you the solution of your problem with Chris.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #86499

How to Copy Block of Text to Document File?

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Hello there,

I see you are having a lot of trouble with the very much popular MS Word. The Clipboard can be used to copy paste texts that you will put there, at a later time. For your convenience many people have worked very hard in ms office to develop this kind of things in the Windows MS Word.

You can do this but you must remember to save the text that you copy in the clipboard and one more thing you must know about the Windows MS Word is that you cannot use any kind or sorts of adhesives in here because as it is a software and you can only see it in your monitor, using a glue will only hamper your monitor.

Hope you understand.

Good luck.

 

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