Paste Special in Microsoft Word 2007 to 2019 for Advanced Users
Paste Special in Microsoft Word
Paste Special in Microsoft Word: The Paste Special is a feature that allows you to paste the content with several formats such as a Microsoft Word Object, Formatted Text, Unformatted Text, Picture file, Html format, and Unformatted Unicode Text. These are explained below.
Steps to follow in using the Paste Special in Microsoft Word:
4. Now click on the drop-down arrow of the Paste
5. Then click on the Paste Special, now automatically a window Paste Special Window opens
6. After that, choose one of the text formatting options given in the window. For example, Formatted Text (RTF).
7. Then click OK.
Now, let's discuss all about the Paste Special Format in Microsoft Word below:
Microsoft Word Document Object:
The feature Microsoft Word Object Document is one of the content format options to paste the contents of the clipboard. After the contents of the clipboard have been pasted in this format into the word document, even if you move it or move any other objects around it the whole body of this content never degrades as it was before.
Microsoft Word Document Object (Display as a icon):
This feature allows you to Pastes the content of the clipboard as a Microsoft Word Object icon. To edit the content, you need to open (Microsoft word document object) it by double-clicking.
Picture (Enhanced Metafile):
This feature allows you to paste the contents of the clipboard as a Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML). The HTML format is used on the website.