Learn how to use the Office clipboard to copy multiple items from multiple sources, and then paste multiple items at once from the clipboard.
- [Instructor] At some point or another most people…have used the copy and paste functionality…built into Microsoft Office.…You may have content in one document you'd like copied…into another so you don't have to recreate it.…Well, there's also something many people don't know about…it's called the Office clipboard.…It's separate from the system clipboard…we're used to using where we copy once and then paste,…go back copy something else and paste it,…knowing that the clipboard replaces the previous…copy or cut with the most recent.…
Well, with the Office clipboard we can copy multiple things…and then paste them all at once.…You can save a lot of time and a lot of effort.…That's what we're going to look at in this week's Word Tip,…and we're going to start with…a number of different documents.…Press release 019 is the one we're creating.…You can see up here we need to add the…media contact information.…Might be nice to have a graph in here showing how some…of these values have gone up over time.…There's some text that's missing from the bottom…
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