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© Ugur Akinci
I love copying and pasting as much as the copy-paster next door 🙂
But sometimes the results are, well… let’s say, “less than acceptable.”
For example, when you’re trying to insert a MS Word 2007 table into a MS PowerPoint 2007 slide, the good’old copy-and-paste trick just won’t work.
Here is our Word table:
Select the whole table and then copy it by pressing Ctrl + C.
Then create a new slide inside MS PowerPoint and paste your table. This is what you’ll get:
(Click to enlarge the image)
BEFORE pasting your table, go to the HOME tab on your PowerPoint ribbon.
Select Paste > Paste Special to display the Paste Special dialog box:
Select Microsoft Office Word Document Object and click OK.
Now you’ll see your great table intact in your PPT slide: