Microsoft Word 2010 Tips. Usually if we copy something, the result will look original. In Word 2010 is not like that. “Paste” process should not be the same as the original. You can determine whether text to stick keep using original format or follow the format in area where the text stickled, or even stick without any format.
To try this feature, follow these steps to make flexible copy paste text in Microsoft Word 2010:
- Open one of documents of which it’s content you want to copy.
- Block the area to copy, click right, and then choose “ Copy “. In order to get much different in this experiment, try to copy table in uniquely formatted.
- Put mouse cursor in other position where you want to stick the text.
- Click right, then pay attention at Paste Options. There are three buttons. In the left side, there is Keep Source Formatting that will stick text in document looks the same as it’s original, then in the middle, there is Merge Formatting that will stick text as its original but its format follow what is in around area, and Keep text only to stick text without accompanying any format.
- “Paste” result just can be viewed by as you are spotlighting mouse, and just implemented as you are clicking.