Pasting typed written material onto Microsoftword.
I am writing a book. I wish copy a paper and have it pasted onto another computer with Microsoft Word. The problem has to do with what is scanned. When I paste the printed page, the words from the report are altered. They do no make any sense. It appears that I am going to have to retype the report so that I can use the information in my book.
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Copying and pasting on a Mac is similar to copying and pasting on a PC, except for Mac user's use the Command key instead of Control.
Using Command + C for copy and Command + V for paste will allow you to copy and paste from a webpage into a document.
All new Macs come with a free copy of Pages (similar to Word), Keynote (Powerpoint) and Numbers (Excel). This will allow you to create just about any type of document. The help menus built into the programs are extremely intuitive.
Highlighting is similar to cutting the portion of text to be pasted at an alternative area on the page displayed. Right clicking on the portion of text should generate the features list to cut text as copies to be later pasted onto another area. A situation where text cutting or copying is achievable though does to allow to paste on the same area has alternate capabilities of achieving success. Cut the email text required paste to an opened empty Microsoft word document to edit into desired specifications. Usually, the email has least capacity to allow several functions all at once. A cut text may be possible least allowing pasting since the program is still in enable mode until uncut is achieved. For example, cut the portion required to paste on clipboards or Microsoft word document. Once the text that was cut is pasted elsewhere, the function of cut has been disabled. Returning to the email area requiring pasting should be achievable with an open display area requesting a past feature. In which instance, the open Microsoft document contains the copy that would provide display to the email section requesting displays.
You can copy music onto it using the usb cable. Connect the unit to your computer through the USB cable and then copy music files from your computer to the unit. The unit should come up in your computer/my computer and then you should be able to select your music that on your computer by copyinh and pasting it.
If you have an SD-Card and computer with a SD-Card reader you can copy music using that. Just put the SD-Card in reader and copy the music onto it.
If you are Juno member, you can attach pictures, spreadsheets, word processing documents, audio clips, video clips, or any other type of computer file to the email messages you send.
If you have never sent a file attachment before, you may want to review Juno's list of important facts about attachements before you send out your message.
You can attach files by Dragging and dropping them onto the write screen by copying and pasting them or by clicking attach files.
After copying the contents you need go to edit on microsoft works and click on paste special. A small window should open asking you to select from three options. Click on unformatted unicode text then click ok. That should do it. Although italics and bold letters come out as regular print like the rest it does paste all that you've copied. This usually happens when you haven't updated your internet. After updating mine I no longer needed to do this process again.
If you mean pasting in relation to cut / copy & pasting
How it works When you cut or copy something, for example text, it is saved into the clipboard. Then when you paste, the text that is in the clipboard gets pasted. You can paste that same text more than once, it stays in the clipboard until it is over written (by cutting ot copying something else) or you restart your PC.
How to use it There is a couple of ways to cut / copy & paste
1. Use right clicking menu you can select something, some text for example, then right click on it with your mouse and select Cut or Copy. To paste right click where you want the text to be pasted and select Paste
2. Use application's Edit drop down menu you can select something, some text for example, then select the application's Edit drop down menu and select Cut or Copy. To paste click where you want the text to be pasted select the application's Edit drop down menu and select Paste
3. Use keyboard shortcuts you can select something, some text for example, then press Ctrl + X to Cut or Ctrl + C to Copy. To paste click where you want the text to be pasted then press Ctrl + V to Paste