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How can I Paste text several times with different text content when using the Toolbar icon, not using Ctrl-V?

asked 2016-04-29 06:20:14 +0100

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Thursday, Apr. 28th, 2016. Friends, while using Libre, whenever I try to Paste text into my word processor, I can use the "Paste" icon in the tool bar only one time. After that, if I want to paste that same text in again, or if I want to Copy & Paste in a different text into the same document, I have to use Ctrl-V for each paste after the first one. But Ctrl-V may not allow me to paste in an "unformatted" text. Is there a setting somewhere that allows me to continue to Paste in text using the Toolbar icon, which provides for the selection of formats? Thanks for considering my question.

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answered 2016-04-30 04:34:33 +0100

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updated 2016-04-30 04:38:38 +0100

You failed to mention which version of LO and what operating system you are using.

I have tried to reproduce your situation using both LO v4.4.7.2 & v on a Linux system and have had no success in duplicating the problem. Works each time. Also searched for Bug reports and wasn't successful ( doesn't mean one didn't elude me). However there may be a few things you can try.

Ctl-Shift-v brings up the Paste Special dialog with one of the choices being Unformatted Text. Another choice is Ctl-Alt-Shift-v which is Paste Unformatted Text (This key combination may be changed in Tools->Customize Keyboard tab).

It doesn't seem to be a clipboard problem since you specify Ctl-v still works. Hope this helps.

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