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Word 2007 copy and paste MHT problem

Posted on 2009-05-14
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When copying text from one Word document to another it is showing some text as underlined and in a different colour font, even though the original text from the document isn't showing this.
This is causing a problem when saving a Word 2003 document as a MHT file within Word 2007, the web page produced is showing words and sentences that are underlined in blue and green.  This is only shown when viewing the MHT file within Internet Explorer and not within Word.  How do you remove the underlining when saving to a MHT file?  I have accepting all tracked changes and checked the spelling.
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At this point there are some problems with the copy paste features of Word. Some got fixed with SP2 and new ones were created. I haven't seen this problem, but I have seen an issue with colors, which may be related. My suggestion is to paste Text only, and reformat as necessary in the receiving document.

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