Copying and pasting styles between documents


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Copying and pasting styles between documents

There are several options available that pertain to styles when you're copying and pasting text. Let's say that you want the text that you're copying to keep the style applied in the new document, or the document that you're pasting in. Then again, you may want Word to automatically apply the style that's already in use in the document that you're pasting into. Did you know that you can use the regular old Copy and Paste options in Word to copy your styles between documents? Let's take a look at how this works. Began by selecting the intro paragraph. I'll copy and paste it into a new document I'll use Ctrl+C to copy, Ctrl+N to open a new document and Ctrl+V, is an victor, to paste.

I'll switch to Draft view by going to View > Draft, and notice how the California Intro style is copied into the new document. If you don't have the Style area available--we turned it on in a previous movie-- I'll go back to the Home Ribbon and turn on my Style w...

Copying and pasting styles between documents
Video duration: 4m 2s 3h 12m Intermediate

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Copying and pasting styles between documents provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mariann Siegert as part of the Word 2010: Styles in Depth

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Business
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Word
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