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KM 5035 cuts off top of copy image. Text is moved higher on page on copy vs original which cuts off the top of text on copy. Can't seem to figure out how to make it stop doing that. Happens the same using platen or feeder.

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Hello. Sometimes this can be caused by the duplexing mode being switched on. check the duplexing settings to rectify. Also if the paper position sensor is damaged this error can occur. this required a technician to replace.
I hope this helps Regards GM

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Move the mouse over text while you hold the left button. This will hightlight the text. After the text is highlighted right click the text. You will see multiple options such as cut, copy, paste, delete, etc. Select copy then go to a text box, and select paste to add the text.

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It saves time and is more accurate that retyping the information, particularly if you do it several times.
If you know how to highlight words on your computer, you can easily copy sections of text and paste them somewhere else.

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Release the mouse. The selected area should be highlighted in a color, usually blue.

Right-click the mouse on the highlighted text and a drop-down menu appears.
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These keyboard shortcuts copy the text that is highlighted.
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Facebook allows users to connect with family, coworkers and friends new and old.
Users can send messages to friends, post events, share status updates and comment on friends' walls.
The built-in copy-and-paste function of Windows computers also works on Facebook.
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Log in to your account at Facebook.com.
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Press the "Ctrl" and "C" keys simultaneously to copy the text.
Click inside the area you wish to paste the text.
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Hold the mouse down on text then drag along text to Highlight the text you want to copy and paste to your Facebook status with your mouse.
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The text that you move or copy can have a font or other kind of formatting applied to it, such as bold or italic, that differs from the document where you are pasting the text. For example, you can move or copy text that is bold, 10-point Times New Roman, and paste it next to text that is regular, 11-point Calibri. If you want the pasted text to be in Times New Roman instead of Calibri, you can preserve its look.
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