The Proper Way to Paste MS Word Text into your WordPress Blog Post or Page
This WordPress video tutorial
shows you the proper way to copy text from an MS Word document
and paste it directly into your WordPress
blog post or page. The main reason you want to use this special technique (which is really quite simple) is to make sure that no “extraneous code” is embedded into your blog post or page. Some extraneous code may simply cause bloated code (excessive, non-productive code) and some may cause more serious problems to your WordPress blog post or page.
Using the special technique for pasting MS Word text
into your WordPress blog
or website can also help preserve some of the formatting (such as bold, italic, underline, tables, colors, etc.). However, there are other times when you just want to copy the text from an MS Word document, but not all the fancy styling and layout and formatting. The best way to end up copying the text but not the formatting
is another special, but similiar, technique that is clearly demonstrated in the video. It’s all very easy to do, but something that most people never learned how to do because they were never told how or shown how in a video like the one below. Please support
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