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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Pasting Content into Pages

Often users copy and paste content directly from a Word document into a SharePoint page. The formatting from Word is also carried across and that can conflict with the styles already on the SharePoint page. If you are working with publishing pages you have greater control over textual formatting and styles.

Note

See Chapter 15, “Creating New Publishing Page Layouts,” to learn how to lock down styles in publishing pages.

SharePoint 2010 includes several options for pasting content into pages. The paste command, shown in Figure 5.50, includes the option to simply paste contents from the clipboard or paste contents as plaintext. Pasting as plaintext means that the formatting more or less complies with that formatting ...

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