You can move or copy text from one place in a document to another location, either in the same document or in another document. This can save hours of retyping and ensures consistency across a document or documents. For example, you can copy a heading at the top of the page to each page in a document.
Text can be pasted in a document using
Smart tags are special buttons that appear when Word recognizes some special type of action, such as pasting.
Clipboard is a temporary storage area that holds the copied or cut text until you paste the text items in a different location
Smart tags are special buttons that appear when Word recognizes some special type of action or data
When you click on this smart tag, a list of choices is displayed
You can use smart paste list to specify the formatting of the pasted information. For example, you can choose to keep the text formatting as it is or inherit the formatting of the destination paragraph
When you cut or copy text, Word places the selected text on the Office Clipboard. The Office Clipboard can hold up to 24 items. The collected items stay on the clipboard until you close office
To open the Clipboard task pane, select the Edità Office Clipboard command (Clipboard task pane is displayed)