Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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WD 192 Word Chapter 3 Creating a Cover Letter and a Resume
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Click the address entry in the
Offi ce Clipboard to paste it in
the document at the location
of the selected content control
(Figure 3–66).
Are the contents of the Offi ce
Clipboard erased when you paste?
No.
address pasted
into resume
contents of clicked item
(address) pasted from Offi ce
Clipboard in document at
location of selected text
Paste Options
button automatically
appears when you
paste text
Figure 3–66
3
Click the content control in the
resume with the instruction, Type
your phone number, to select it.
Close
button
Click the phone entry in the
Offi ce Clipboard to paste it in the
document at the location of the
selected content control.
e-mail address
pasted from
Offi ce Clipboard
into resume
phone number
pasted from
Offi ce Clipboard
into resume
Click the content control in the
resume with the instruction, Type
your e-mail address, to select it.
phone number
and e-mail address
pasted from Offi ce
Clipboard
Click the e-mail entry in the
Offi ce Clipboard to paste it in
the document at the location
of the selected content control
(Figure 3–67).
Paste
Options
button
4
Click the Close button on the
Clipboard task pane title bar.
Figure 3–67
Other Ways
1. With Clipboard task
pane displayed,
rightclick selected item, click
Paste on shortcut menu
2. With Clipboard task
pane displayed, press
CTRL+V
Paste Options Button
When you paste items into a document, Word automatically displays the Paste
Options button on the screen. The Paste Options button allows you to change the format
of pasted items. For example, you can instruct Word to format the pasted text the same as
the text from where it was copied or format it the same as the text to where it was pasted.
You also can have Word remove all extra non-text characters that were pasted. For example,
if you included a paragraph mark when copying at the end of a line in the address of the
resume, the Paste Options button allows you to remove the paragraph mark from the
pasted text.
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