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MS Word 2000 - Cut & Paste Problem
It is not giving other options . Font/paragraph formatting is stored in the paragraph return. Reply Paul says: May 23, 2015 at 7:46 am When I copy from an existing document into a new document some things change. In the Word Options dialogue that appears, scroll down a little under the Cut, copy, and paste heading, and choose your preference (usually Keep Text Only) from Pasting from other programs. find more info
May 4 20005 Posted by: [email protected] at May 4, 2005 11:36 AM Using Office 2003: When I try to cut and paste (CTRL C and CTRL V)I end up getting what About Mark Hurst Mark's Gel Conference New York Times Story on This Is Broken Newsletter: Subscribe RSS Feed Search this site: Categories: Advertising Current Affairs Customer Service Fixed Food and Drink Some have had luck uninstalling Skype, then re-installing the latest version. On the right, click on the first style name. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/15735-MS-Word-2000-Cut-Paste-Problem-(2000)
How to slove this problum? If you do need it, try General Fix #4 (the one that ultimately worked for me). With the help of MS Tech Support I corrected the problem by uninstalling and re-installed MS OFFICE 2000. hencab, Nov 28, 2001 #7 Anne Troy Anne Joined: Feb 14, 1999 Messages: 11,744 Doesn't apply if you MUST use two different sets of styles.
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- It is not giving other options .
- remove unwanted spacing, insert additional spacing), but at least you will not have to contend with images, hyperlinks or other stray code.
- For instance I have several sections where I type in ………..
- Anne Troy, Nov 28, 2001 #8 hencab Thread Starter Joined: Jul 19, 2001 Messages: 44 Hi Dreamboat.
- Daizy ------------------ Hope this helps. [This message has been edited by Daizy (edited 11-27-2001).] Hope this helps.
- This displays the Options dialog box.
- Sorry, hen, but it's beyond me why you're bothering to put them in the same file if you're not using one set of styles.
- Anne Troy, Nov 27, 2001 #5 SavvyLady Joined: Oct 14, 2001 Messages: 2,218 Just glad it works whichever you did SavvyLady, Nov 27, 2001 #6 hencab Thread Starter Joined: Jul
Posted by: Mike Dimmick at April 5, 2004 06:08 AM Just as an example of a semi-similar app that does this function incredibly well: In UltraEdit text editor, whatever text you Dreamboat addresses my problem bit closer than SavvyLady. Posted by: praveen at May 2, 2005 10:52 AM Tried it for Word XP: does not work Tried it for Word 2003: does work in fact you should be able to Reply Sharon T says: May 13, 2016 at 2:43 am I need Paste Link to work in Word when I copy something in one file and then Paste Special Paste Link
For a version of this tip written specifically for later versions of Word, click here: Understanding Smart Cut and Paste. WordTips is your source for cost-effective Microsoft Word training. (Microsoft Word is the most popular word processing software in the world.) This tip (1688) applies to Microsoft Word 97, 2000, 2002, It works fine. http://www.goodexperience.com/tib/archives/2004/04/microsoft_word.html Advertisement hencab Thread Starter Joined: Jul 19, 2001 Messages: 44 Hi.
The First Paste Just as a reminder, the two most common methods for pasting is: Right click with the mouse and choose Paste, or Press < Ctrl + V > on Macboatmaster replied Feb 13, 2017 at 7:25 PM News from the web #3 poochee replied Feb 13, 2017 at 7:24 PM Up Beat News poochee replied Feb 13, 2017 at 7:16 Instead, smart cut and paste results in one of the spaces being automatically deleted so the resulting sentence has (at least) the proper number of spaces in it. Open Word, go to Backstage view (File Menu). 2.
Thread Status: Not open for further replies. imp source begin dictating with Dragon or typing), take note of the Clipboard icon on the lower right of the pasted text. Then, we began having our client--which you prolly don't have to worry about--approve the template before we began writing; worked really well.) Save your MAIN document as a document template--do NOT None of us ever even thought of this as a problem, since the vast majority of Word users cut, copy, and paste using the keyboard shortcuts, which work fine in every
Click here to join today! a fantastic read And/or to Hit Tools-Templates and Add-ins and to hit Attach, browse to their desktop, pick your template, hit Automatically update styles and hit ok. Whether it makes sense for the context menu is arguable. This inserts the formatted text as a separate doc with a separate set of styles ...
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Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. It helped me, no thanks to Microsoft, after HOURS or looking for a solution Just do this… Why not just do this: WORD 2010 1. If you hover the mouse over each option, the pasted content will temporarily change to match that option, giving you an opportunity to see how each option would appear should you
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Open new Section document. My problem is that I have to work on a document which was created by someone else. Untick Send to Bluetooth. 5. This icon will vanish the moment you begin dictating or typing.
You can find a version of this tip for the ribbon interface of Word (Word 2007 and later) here: Understanding Smart Cut and Paste. Gave them instructions and everything. Posted by: dusoft at April 5, 2004 07:10 PM In Word 2003 on WinXP, there is no textbox in the find dialog. http://newsmdcommunications.com/ms-word/ms-word-2000-will-not-start.html Reply MRITYUNJAY PANDEY says: August 1, 2014 at 11:08 pm ms word 2010 is giving text only paste option.
Just a slight difference if anyone cares. hencab, Nov 28, 2001 #9 Anne Troy Anne Joined: Feb 14, 1999 Messages: 11,744 You do SO have control, LOL. (But I DO understand--I used to have to work with writers. What You See is Not What You Want or Get When you copy content, you are not only copying text, but you are also copying images, hidden code, links and so Instead, Word should ensure the document is scrolled to a point where the found text is visible.
For those of you wanting text only, click Keep Text Only. We have received several updates to SP1 in the last week. MS Word green underlined both 'is' and tried to change them to 'are'. You may also be copying someone else's bad formatting (i.e.
Find it under Options, Add-ins. What you can't do is paste into the Find window *using the mouse*. For those that I do have control over, what do I do so that we all have the same style settings? Home » Microsoft Office Word Forum - WordBanter forum » Microsoft Word Newsgroups » Microsoft Word Help Cut and Paste problem Author Name Remember Me?
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