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pasting items into the new stupid email

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pasting items into the new stupid email

How do you paste items from word into this new stupid email..  You use to simp0ly paste. 

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Re: pasting items into the new stupid email

I'm on a Mac, although I don't think that makes any difference for this.  But I just copied and pasted a piece from a .doc document I have on the computer, and it worked.  It lost the centering and paragraph indents, but otherwise it worked.  Webmail programs like Comcast don't always like the formatting from other programs like Word.  I also tried the same item in the old format and got the exact same thing.




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Re: pasting items into the new stupid email

When I copy an item from Word to put in an emai.  A pop up use to say allow access to the word document.  Now it says. please use Ctrl + V/Cmd+V keyboard shortcuts to paste contents.  I have no idea what that means.  

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Re: pasting items into the new stupid email

Those are standard Windows keyboard shortcuts.  Cntrl-C is Copy, Cntrl-V is Paste, Cntrl-X is Cut.




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