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Document Shortcuts Part 4: PASTE
We have reached the end of our series on shortcuts, at least for now. This last shortcut is helpful when you want to move large amounts of text, or even a picture. With this option you will need to select your object or text as well as decide where you want to "paste" it to. Below are three options for using the "PASTE" shortcut.
To Print or Not to Print
Computers were supposed to create a "paperless" office. Unfortunately, the reality is that computers are now generating even more paper than before, e.g. the web sites you print out and/or copies of emails. The question is how much of the information that you print out do you really need?
Here's a useful guideline:
This article was adapted from Communication Briefings April 2006 Issue - http://www.briefings.com
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