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The Copy, Cut and Paste commands are also available under in the Clipboard Group of the Home tab . Practice: More with Cut, Copy and Paste

  1. Create a numbered list in a document.
  2. Select the entire numbered list EXCEPT for the paragraph mark at the end of the last item in the numbered list.
  3. Copy the selection. Keyboard users can press Ctrl+C on the keyboard.
  4. Create a new, blank document by pressing Ctrl+N on the keyboard.
  5. Paste the numbered list. Keyboard users can press Ctrl+V on the keyboard. What happened?
  Note   As has been pointed out elsewhere, the paragraph mark at the end of a paragraph contains the formatting instructions for that paragraph. If you fail to select the paragraph mark, you won't successfully copy that paragraph's paragraph-level formatting settings (for instance, numbering).
Collect and Paste (Office Clipboard) In versions of Microsoft Office prior to Office 2000, Office used the Windows clipboard, which had a couple of major limitations, among them being the fact that you couldn't cut or copy anything without "destroying" the last item the clipboard held that you had cut or copied. This made it very difficult to work with collections of useful items. In Word 2003 and later, you can use the Office Clipboard to Collect and Paste up to 24 items separately or simultaneously. The Office Clipboard will work with text or graphics. Practice: Work with the Office Clipboard
  1. Display the Office Clipboard by clicking on the Dialog Box dropdown in the Clipboard Group on the Home Tab .
  2. Click on any item you want to paste and it will be pasted into your document at the insertion point.
  3. Repeat as necessary.
  4. If you want to paste all items, click Paste All.
  5. If you want to clear the clipboard (including the Windows clipboard) click on Clear All.
  Note   To [see] the first 50 characters of a text item on the Clipboard toolbar, hover your mouse without clicking over one of the icons in the toolbar. See also the Clipboard Group on the Home Tab (Word 2007+) .

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Thanks for the great tutorial series. I am a bit confused about the difference between add_action and do_action. For example, I’m creating a category for “testimonials” and titling each one by the name of the person giving the reference. I would like to display these in a loop on a category page but would like to move the name of each post (person giving the reference) to the bottom of the post, put it in smaller print, and justify it right. It seems like it should be a simple cut and paste but I’m having a hard time getting a handle on this one. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.

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