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Preserving Word formatting when pasting into Dreamweaver CS3

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I noticed that I lose all Word formatting (italics, bold, paragraph returns etc.) when I paste into Dreamweaver CS3. I tried changing paste preferences and the paste special preferences in Dreamweaver but it still doesn't work and I still lose formatting.

Does anyone have a solution to this annoying problem?

Thanks in advance.

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To keep formating you need to import Word HTML into Dreamweaver rather than doing a cut and paste.

Choose File > Import > Import Word HTML

Hope this helps!

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