HelpVids user mel_bone teaches you how to cut, copy and paste to the clipboard in Microsoft Word 2007. Select the first paragraph by either triple clicking on it or selecting it with your mouse. Click "Copy" in the top ribbon or press "ctrl + c". Then use "Paste" or "ctrl + v". To cut a paragraph, select it and click "Cut" or press "ctrl + x". Using the paste options, you can only paste the text, without its formatting. By clicking the small icon next to the Clipboard tab, you will open the panel where you can see all the copied text. You can then paste multiple paragraphs into your document. Here you will also see options for "pasting all" or "clearing" of the paragraphs. Now you know how to cut, copy and paste to the clipboard in Microsoft Word 2007.
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