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    Word 2010: paste from website into word, retaining website font

    I wanted to determine the color and font of text in a website. I copied and pasted a paragraph from the site into a Word 2010 document, but it was rendered in my default font. Is there a way to get around this, temporarily?

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    I usually just right-click in a Web page and choose View Source or View Page Source. It does require a bit of knowledge in reading HTML coding. If we had a link to the page in question an example could be posted.

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    You could use Paste Special, with the 'Preserve source formatting' option.
    Cheers,

    Paul Edstein
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