Whether you’re familiar with the Mac’s “Paste and Match Style” command or not, then this tip will be useful to you; Microsoft Word has a couple of unique additions to this handy feature. And heck, if you’re not aware of “Paste and Match Style” at all, then boy…have we got a trick for you!
When you paste text into a Google Docs document, it will retain the font and formatting of its source. This is fine in some cases, but most users want their pasted text to match the existing formatting of their document. Here are two ways to get clean, unformatted text in your Google Docs documents, including one option that removes text formatting but leaves links intact.
Sometimes you need to make the best impression possible, and sometimes you need to do it though email. To that end, we’ve got a few tips for you on how to make your messages look more professional if you’re using Apple’s Mail program!
Windows will either move or copy any files that you drag and drop depending on whether the destination location resides on the same drive as the original files. Here’s how you can override this behavior with a keyboard shortcut to manually specify whether to move or copy your drag and drop files.
By default, Microsoft Word helpfully keeps the source formatting of copied information when you paste it into a document, but this is not always what users want. Here’s how to configure Word 2013 to only paste the plain text, and leave the extra styles and formatting at home.