MS-Office: Could not replace the copied words

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Hi!

  • I am having a problem with Microsoft Office, or possibly, this is a problem with my computer. Whenever I am doing a copy paste. The word that I copied won’t go away or won’t be replaced with another one.
  • Yeah, this will be fixed with a restart, but I do not want to restart everytime.

How can I fix this?

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Best Answer by james caan
Answered By 0 points N/A #112761

MS-Office: Could not replace the copied words

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Dear i suggest you to reinstall your copy of windows or reinstall your MS office package, or also when you want to copy but do not want to remain those copy words then instead of use of copy use cut command that it will be deleted from there and it would be much easy for you. I suggest that first you uninstall office and then reinstall it again, if the problem remains then you should once reinstall the windows most probably your problem will be solved.

You can also try to repair MS OFFICE package using the option in the uninstall command of repairing.

BEST OF LUCK

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #112762

MS-Office: Could not replace the copied words

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It can be due to some key values you have changed  in your office program or it can be a error due to some virus. I will say to you see the macros in Microsoft and if you have set one from these macros then remove it from the list and your problem will be solved. Also check you have not sated some key value or shortcuts in your office program these can also cause problem in this case. If some virus program is infecting your computer then you can run a full scan to your PC also and it will solve your problem.

See for any previous changes you make to your office program and try to recover it. If you found one that you doughty about then you can re go to settings and can change these settings as per your requirements. And you will be able to solve your problem. I hope now you have enough knowledge to solve your problem.

James caan.

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