The text becomes un-formatted where it is pasted.

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If you want to copy and paste some formatted text so that the text becomes unformatted where should it be pasted?

Could you perform that operation?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #80093

The text becomes un-formatted where it is pasted.

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Hello,

If you want to paste your copy content as it is then there is an option that asks you that keep original format or paste as a destination format.

So now this is your option to how to paste your copied content. Please see the below picture so that you can understand better.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #80094

The text becomes un-formatted where it is pasted.

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Hi Jagodish,

There is always a way with that.

  • First go to paste option then click the without the formatting in your system. But this doing are so much time consuming. So also you can try this one step.
  • You can create macro and run it to your system. So it means that automatic when you paste it then format had gone. 
  • Now here it is. Go to start Word then on the tools menu click the macro then macros to display the dialog box.
  • Type the “pasteunformattedtext”. Be sure that all the active documents is displayed in the macros list then click create.

That’s it hope this will work in your system.

Thanks, 

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