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Hi all,

I am using Word X on a Mac, and the last time I used a mac, and pasted contents into word a little drop down menu would come up, and let me choose "match destination format, keep format," etc etc... can't remember exactly what they are.

am i crazy or can we not do this on Mac x? and why the crap not

i just created a shortcut for paste special, but i miss the "match dest. format" etc.

is there any way?

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