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Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by Molly M, Apr 27, 2010.

  1. Molly M

    Molly M Flightless Bird

    Using Office 2007 I have created a Report Template with paragraph and
    character styles and locked the styles. However, when the user cuts and
    pastes text from another Word document into an existing document (that has
    the Report Template attached) the text does not take on the style
    characteristics of the style that is clicked on from the Styles Window. In
    Word Options we have set ‘Pasting between documents when style definitions
    conflict (use destination styles default)’. This problem occurs when pasting
    into a table.
     
  2. LD5SZRA

    LD5SZRA Flightless Bird

    Molly M wrote:

    >Using Office 2007 I have created a Report Template with paragraph and
    >character styles and locked the styles. However, when the user cuts and
    >pastes text from another Word document into an existing document (that has
    >the Report Template attached) the text does not take on the style
    >characteristics of the style that is clicked on from the Styles Window. In
    >Word Options we have set ‘Pasting between documents when style definitions
    >conflict (use destination styles default)’. This problem occurs when pasting
    >into a table.
    >
    >


    Have you tried paste special and then choosing plain unformatted text?
    By simply pasting, you are also pasting the styles from the source when
    in fact you want the text only.

    hth




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  3. LD5SZRA

    LD5SZRA Flightless Bird

    Molly M wrote:

    >Using Office 2007 I have created a Report Template with paragraph and
    >character styles and locked the styles. However, when the user cuts and
    >pastes text from another Word document into an existing document (that has
    >the Report Template attached) the text does not take on the style
    >characteristics of the style that is clicked on from the Styles Window. In
    >Word Options we have set ‘Pasting between documents when style definitions
    >conflict (use destination styles default)’. This problem occurs when pasting
    >into a table.
    >
    >

    Replied here but censored by Micro-S*it:

    <http://groups.google.co.uk/group/microsoft.public.office.misc/browse_thread/thread/975bcea24d20a3b0?hl=en#>

    hth


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    DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR
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