Microsoft has finally added a much-requested feature to its Word app: the ability to paste text without any formatting. This feature has been around in other text editing apps for years, and has been a sore spot for Word users who have had to resort to copying and pasting text into Notepad or other plain text editors before pasting it back into Word.
The new shortcut is simple and intuitive, making it easy for users to paste text without any formatting. Just press Ctrl + Shift + V instead of the traditional Ctrl + V shortcut, and the text will be pasted without any formatting. This will save users a lot of time and hassle as they no longer have to go through the extra step of copying and pasting text in a plain text editor.
The addition of this feature is a testament to Microsoft’s commitment to improving its products based on user feedback. Word is one of the most widely used word processing applications in the world, and this new feature will be welcomed by many users who have been frustrated by the lack of a simple “Paste Text Only” option.
Microsoft has been working hard to improve its suite of applications for office in recent years, and this new feature is just one example of the dedication of the company to make their products more user-friendly and efficient. The novelty will arrive soon to Microsoft 365 Home and Business, in beta version.
You can finally copy and paste text without any formatting thanks to the new Microsoft shortcut
With more and more people working remotely and relying on digital tools to get their jobs done, features like this are becoming more important. In addition to the new “Paste Text Only” shortcut, Microsoft has also added a number of other new features to word in the last few months.
These include improved collaboration tools, better integration with other Office applications, and more intuitive formatting options. Overall, the addition of the “Paste Text Only” shortcut is a welcome change for Word users who have been requesting this feature for years.
It’s a small but significant improvement that will save users time and frustration., and is a testament to Microsoft’s commitment to improving its products based on user feedback. With more improvements likely to come in the future, Word remains one of the most powerful and easy-to-use word processing applications on the market today.