Outlook 2007 Copy Paste E-mail into Calendar

On my computer, I am able to open a calendar invite and copy, paste (Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V) a message into the calendar invite as an MSG file (icon).  On another computer, performing the same workflow, and on the same version of Outlook (2007), all I see is the message headers in text.  I understand I can perform the workflow by going to FIle, Insert, Item, but that is more steps.  The end-user previously had the capability to Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V the msg file, but today does not.
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Karen FalandaysTraining SpecialistCommented:
Instead of copy paste, right mouse drag the email to the calendar and select your option.

spaethg000Author Commented:
IVe tried that and Outlook ignores the action.
spaethg000Author Commented:
Reboot fixed the issue.

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