Replace Text With Equation (or other Clipboard Content) in Word
I had a big word document that had a bunch of text that needed to be turned into equations, fractions, etc. This often happens with pasting unformatted text.
You can put in ^c into the replace box and it will pull whatever was last copied in the clipboard. This could be an equation, text or probably picture. That’s right, you just need to type carat (shift-6) followed by “c” into the box, which looks like: ^c
Thanks to gmayor at msofficeforums.
Hope that helps!
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