The editor has a wide range of button and features. It is important to understand what each button does, and how you can make the most of it. Let's take a look at an often overlooked button, the Paste From Word button.
Microsoft Word is a text editor that makes creating a letter, a document, or a manual easy. It has many applications. Often times it is more convenient to type into MS Word and copy your work over to the EZWeb later. What you may not know is that MS Word uses several formatting techniques to make the text in the program look the way it does. Those formatting techniques are specific to the program, and do not always translate correctly into a web editor such as EZWeb.
To get around this, we have in the editor the Paste From Word button. This handy little tool strips out the excess formatting that is not needed, while still retaining the formatting necessary to display the copied text as you see it. Using the Paste From Word tool will save you time and energy, as well as ensuring your text will display correctly across all computers and browsers.
To use the Paste From Word button, follow these steps:
1. Open your Microsoft Word document, and Copy (ctrl-c) the text you want to use
2. Open the page or article you want to add the text to, and go to the Content section
3. Click the Paste From Word button
4. You will be prompted with the Paste From Word tool, where you will have to Paste (ctrl-v) your text
5. Click OK
6. Save your work