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I recently had my hard drive replaced, and OS upgraded to Lion 10.7.2. In the past I was able to simply drag & drop Google images onto a Word document. Now I drag them over, they jump back to Google, and a green dot with a + is left. Is there a command to have that paste, that I don't know about? Is there a setting in word that is not allowing this?

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