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Pasting Content from Word?

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There’s an easy way to import content from a word processing document into your E-zekiel Web site, but it’s not by pasting directly from Word or other similar software. That creates formatting issues. The styles that are preserved from Word don’t necessarily match the Web site styles. Plus, the embedded code can also interfere with how browsers display Web pages.
 
Whenever you need to copy and paste content from any source into your site, you’ve got three better options to choose. You can:
 
1)     Paste the content into a plain text editor such as Notepad (Windows) or TextEdit (Mac) before copying and pasting it into your site.
2)     Remove all formatting from the text just before copying it by using the formatting eraser in the document program.
3)     Click the “Paste from Word” button on the editor toolbar and paste the content into the dialog box that comes up.
 
All of these methods are intended to scrub the content of any non-standard code that may interfere with the page's proper operation. Once you have the content in your page, you can use the editor tools to reformat the content in the best way possible for the Web. (These options apply to text and tables only, not images or multiple text boxes.)
 

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