Cut and Paste Content WYSIWYG Editor

There are several ways you can cut and paste using the WYSIWYG editor. Each is described below.

Action How To Notes
Cut
  1. Select the text or image you want to cut.
  2. Use the following keyboard shortcut:
    • Command + X on Macs
    • CTRL + X on Windows
The Cut option will remove selected items (text, images, etc.) from the message body.
Copy
  1. Select the text or image you want to copy.
  2. Use the following keyboard shortcut:
    • Command + C on Macs
    • CTRL + C on Windows
The Copy option will copy selected items (text, images, etc.) in the message body.
Paste
  1. Select the text or image you want to paste.
  2. Use the following keyboard shortcut:
    • Command + V on Macs
    • CTRL + V on Windows
The Paste option will take a copied item and place in a specified location in the editor.
Paste As Plain Text
  1. Click the Paste as Plain Text button.
  2. Copy the text you wish to paste into the WYSIWYG editor.
    • Command + C on Macs
    • CTRL + C on Windows
  3. Paste the text into the WYSIWYG editor.
    1. Command + V on Macs
    2. CTRL + V on Windows
The Paste As Plain Text button allows you to remove the formatting from copied text, and paste it plain text format.
Paste From Word
  1. Click the Paste From Word button.

    A pop-up window will appear.

  2. Copy the text you wish to paste from Microsoft Word into the WYSIWYG editor:
    • Command + C on Macs
    • CTRL + C on Windows
  3. Paste the copied text into the text box in the Paste From Word pop-up window by placing your cursor in the text box and hitting:
    • Command + V on Macs
    • CTRL + V on Windows
  4. Click Insert.
The Paste From Word button allows you to paste content directly from Microsoft Word into the WYSIWYG Editor.