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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Using Cut, Copy, and Paste

As in most Windows programs, you can cut, copy, and paste text and other objects in the Office programs. You can use either the standard Windows Clipboard or the Office programs' own Clipboard, and you can choose between pasting all the copied (or cut) content and pasting only part of it.

Using Standard Cut, Copy, and Paste in the Office Programs

The easiest way to give these commands is to use the Clipboard group, which appears on the Home tab of the Ribbon in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote, and on both the Message tab and the Format Text tab in a message window in Outlook. Figure 3–8 explains how to use the Clipboard group.

Figure 3–8. The controls in the Clipboard group of the Home tab of the Ribbon give ...

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