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Posted on 2003-11-05
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When using Powerpoint XP and I try and copy and paste some text from one text field and paste into a new text box.  The font changes to the font set in view,font and not the font that was in the orginal text field.   How can I copy and paste text from one text box to another keeping the same font, type, size.
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by:Suat Ozgur
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Interesting, it keeps the font settings in either PP2000 and PP97.

I wonder if it is something about PP XP..

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Any Ideas on how to resolve this problems
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OK I have managed to resolve this one.  When you copy the and then paste as you paste a little box appears with paste option.  click on the box and then select Keep Source Formatting.
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