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When I Copy and Paste the font changes


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shan@reception

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I use an avery label template (30 up) to make lables for shipping. Here's the thing that drives me crazy: I type in the address in the first label (centred, plain Arial)Often I have multiples to do so I make a copy (Cntrl c) & paste. when I do that the centred formating goes to right justified , and often the font changes and it bolds. This is crazy. How can I stop it from doing that? It would be a relief to figure this out!
thanks shan
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sorry 4 repling late

allyou have 2 do is copy as normal

but

now go edit, paste special, and select the Rich Text Format.

It should keep the original formating

Stu design
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I have the same problem, but the solution provided didn't work for me! I have a Mac OSX version 10.3.6, and according to the "about word" thing in my MW, my Word is Microsoft Word X, service release 1. I am so fed up up with this, can somebody please help me?
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