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Macro – Copy Text and Retain Numbers When Pasting
You may often be in a situation where you need to copy part of a document to another place, e.g. an e-mail.
However, if your document includes automatic numbered text such as numbered headings, this may cause problems if the part you want to copy
does not include the first numbered item(s) in the document. In that case, the numbers in the original document and the text you paste will not match.
This article provides a macro solution that will create a copy of the text in which the automatic numbers have been converted to normal text so that the numbers are retained when pasted.
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What to do
Once you have installed the macro below, all you have to do when you need to copy text with automatic numbers and retain the numbers is:
1. Select the content to be copied.
2. Run the macro.
3. Go to the destination and paste.
Note that the original document will remain unchanged.
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