Whenever we copy a piece of text on to the clipboard, the formatting of the text comes along. Now, it may not be necessary that you would want to retain the original formatting at the destination too. If that is the case, how do you omit it quickly? Do you start selecting each piece of format and then change it as required? Certainly not the cleverest of tricks, right.
Well, if your destination is MS Word (or any MS Office document) then there is a quick way of having it done. Consider the below text as original (copied onto the clipboard).
Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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