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Copy, and Paste and Match Style

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Learn how to copy text and paste it into a document while keeping the style of the document you are pasting the text into.

Have you ever wanted to keep the original style of the document when you paste text into it? By default, when you paste, it will past not only the text, but any styling or formatting along with it. In this video, I show you how to can past and match the style of the document you are pasting into when using copy and paste on your Mac.

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