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Chapter 9. Creating and Editing Word Doc... > Cutting, Copying, and Moving Text

Cutting, Copying, and Moving Text

One of the biggest advantages of using a word processing program is its capability to reuse and move text around in a document. The main tool you use to accomplish that is the Clipboard. As with other Windows programs, with Word you can cut, copy, and paste text and other data within or between Word documents. You can also cut, copy, and paste between Word and other programs through the Clipboard.

First, select the text you want to cut, copy, or move. Then choose Edit, Cut or Edit, Copy to cut or copy the text to the Clipboard. To insert data from the Clipboard, place the cursor at the insertion point and choose Edit, Paste or Edit, Paste Special.


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