How To: Use the paste special function in word programs

Use the paste special function in word programs

How you can use paste special. So when you copy anything from a web browser inclusive pictures and when you paste it like in OpenOffice writer then you will see it is pasted as same as was in web browser but with some lines and some unwanted stuffs so if you don't want these things, you have to paste it special. So to this go to edit and choose paste special now there will be four options to choose like unformatted text, html format etc. so if you choose

unformatted text then it will be paste just of the text and nothing else. But past special works differently in different applications. Now if you want to paste special in the windows live writer, press cont + shift + v and choose "remove formatting" but images will be pasted in it and you have to remove it by deleting it.

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