How to Use Cut, Copy and Paste in Office Word

Generally Cut, copy and paste in Microsoft Office Word has function and used to edit of an error in typing. This menu can be accessed through the home tab. How to use cut, copy and paste it well?

Here is a detailed and brief explanation about how to use functions cut, copy and paste in Microsoft Office Word.

How to use cut and copy in office word?
  • Simply highlight the text and then go to the Home tab in the Clipboard group and click Cut or Copy.
  • You can also right-click on your mouse and select Cut or Copy.
Copy means allowing the original text remains in the document, while the cut means to copy but to delete the text of the document. When the text do to Copy or Cut, the text is copied to the Clipboard (computer memory). And the next step is to use paste function.

How to use paste function?

Paste Text

To copy the text, the we use Paste feature in somewhere. Paste feature in Word 2010 and the last version of office is much more detailed than in previous versions of Word. When pasting content, the Paste button provides a selection of different options, depending on the source content.

To Paste, click on the area you want your information to be included. There are some paste options in office word, that is:
Keep Source Formatting: This option maintains the original text display.
2. Keep Text Only: This option erases all original formatting of the text.
Link & Keep Source Formatting: This option maintains the original text display, and maintain a link to the source file and pasted text updates with changes made to the source files.
 Link & Use Destination Styles: This text format option is to match the style applied where the pasted text. It also maintains links to the source file and pasted text updates with changes made to the source files.
 Merge Formatting: This option changes the format so that it matches with the surrounding text.
 Picture: This option is to insert the text as an image.
 Use Destination Styles: This option to format the text to match the style applied where the pasted text
 Use Destination Theme: This option is to format the text to match the theme applied to the document where the pasted text.
After knowing where and how to use the functions of cut, copy and paste in Microsoft Office Word, so now we can use this facility to edit documents more easily.

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