Copy paste to Word 2016 and preseve formatting

I want to copy paste some color-coded VBA code (via Crayon Syntax Highlighter on Wordpress site) to a Word 2016 document.

When I do it the usual way it loses the formatting.

Is there a way to paste and keep the beautiful color-coding please? (sample attached)

Thanks
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hindersalivaAsked:
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hindersalivaAuthor Commented:
Thanks. But it doesn't work for me. I used 'Keep Source Formatting' from Paste Options.

The sample code is here
http://www.excelomgcookbook.com/4-2/

Does it work for you? Anybody?

Thanks
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
The colours are not in the saved text, but are the result of interpretation by the VBA editor.

You can do it with Notepad++. You can download and use it freely,

Export the code to a .bas file in the VBA IDE and open it with Notepad++. If it isn't immediately coloured, chose VB as the Language setting
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hindersalivaAuthor Commented:
Graham, I need the code for a teaching book I'm writing in Word 2016. I'd like the code to look nice and pretty as in the Syntax Highlighted code on my Wordpress site.

I'm wondering, is there a 'syntax highlighter' that's a sort-of-plugin for Word?
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xtermieCommented:
You can use the Windows snipping tool to get the code as is (formatted) and paste it in word as an image
That could be very helpful when writing a book as you won't be able to edit the code by mistake while writing the book
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hindersalivaAuthor Commented:
Good idea, xtermie. Thanks.
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xtermieCommented:
Author stated solution provided was a great idea :)
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