Many friends copy the content in the Web page and paste it in Word, and find that the pasted content is similar to the Web interface, and even some of the content goes beyond the bounds. In fact, just want to copy the content, the traditional Ctrl + V is not suitable for use, should be used to paste selectively.
If you want to copy content from a page into a Word document, you can do this to avoid unwanted information such as formatting from the page.
Select and copy the content you want on the page to the Clipboard, open a blank document in Word or the document you are editing, select the Start tab, click the Black Drop-down button next to the Paste button, select Paste, and then select the unformatted text item in the open window. Click OK to paste the contents of the Web page into a Word document as plain text.
While copying content sometimes requires formatting information about the source content, such as copying content from another Word document into the current document, you need to keep the copied content in the format that the master cannot paste directly through Ctrl + V.
PS: In unformatted text, if the copied content contains special characters or symbols, you need to select unformatted Unicode text in the list shown, or you may cause those special characters to appear abnormally.