Transferring data from websites to MS word

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I've got this problem when having a research on sites which do not allow copy pasting and even printing such as Scribd.com.

This site contains lots of information and would be useful for students. I saw someone who was able to transfer an article to MS Word and print it. I hope you could help me with this.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #114573

Transferring data from websites to MS word

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Well dear friend,  it very easy to copy data from this website basically this website is designed on Flash work.

You just open any article and there are two ways to obtain data first open and article and you will have to select the data from Paragraph after selecting an Paragraph you will right click on it there will be an option of copy you need to click on copy and paste it to MS Word remember you cannot select whole the page for copy you can only copy a paragraph.

Second option is you just click on article and open it after opening there is an option in the page to download after downloading you convert this page to MS Word and the format the page as per your work.

Answered By 0 points N/A #114574

Transferring data from websites to MS word

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I have written web address in internet address bar. I have visited website Scribd. com and I upload my files there. Your word was really true. I have found root when I was busy to after click upload try to select paste it wasn't work for pasting I was wonder how it may solve. If I said it is an easy task but I felt it is not an easy job.

Firstly you need to have internet connection to your computer click on internet wrote internet address of a website. You will get your website that addressed. What do you want?You want to transferring data from website to MS word. Website has non protocol with MS word. But can select website and able to copy.

Copied website can be transferred to a page in MS Word. Of course you know how it would be.

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