shift-edit paste picture in Excel



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shift-edit paste picture in Excel

Postby UmVhbEdvbWVy » Tue, 27 Feb 2007 23:00:05 GMT

We recently upgraded to Office Pro 2003. I copy several cells from one tab to 
another. Because of differences in column widths, I use the CTRL-COPY and 
SHIFT-EDIT > PASTE PICTURE option. In Excel XP when I used the SHIFT-EDIT > 
PASTE PICTURE menu command, the picture held the color formatting. In Excel 
2003 it pastes as black text. Is there a way to get the color formats to be 
I know enuff to be dangerous.

RE: shift-edit paste picture in Excel

Postby Sm9lbA » Tue, 27 Feb 2007 23:35:12 GMT

When copying from one worksheet to anotherr a keep formating you need to do 
two steps.  first paste the data.  Then repeat the paste using the Edit Menu 
- Select Paste Special.  Select format.

RE: shift-edit paste picture in Excel

Postby Ymo » Wed, 28 Feb 2007 00:05:10 GMT

The time someone in my office had a similar problem,  his default printer was 
a black and white printer and the "copy picture as printed" copied it in 
black and white, so when he pasted it, it pasted in black and white.

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