How to Paste HTML Text & Images to Word

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Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is used to display content, such as text, images and other elements in a Web browser. You can copy the text from an HTML and any images on the page directly from a website. Microsoft Word allows you to place the information in an area of your choice. If the pasted content does not appear the way you want, simply customize how images and text are inserted into Word.

  • Go to your Web browser and navigate to the page containing the HTML text and image you want to copy.

  • Highlight the HTML text and any images you need. To highlight the entire page, select "Edit" and "Select All" from the browser's menu or press "Ctrl+A" on your keyboard.

  • Select "Edit" and "Copy" from the menu or press "Ctrl+C" to copy the content.

  • Open a new or existing document in Microsoft Word. Place the insertion point where you want the text and images to appear.

  • Press "Ctrl+V" to paste the HTML content onto your page. For other options, select the "Home" tab and go to the "Clipboard" group.

  • Expand "Paste" and select "Paste Special" to open the "Paste Special" dialog box. Choose "HTML Format" and click "OK."

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