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Topic Title: Pasted text issue with Text Formates
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Created On: 01/10/2022 02:12 PM
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 Pasted text issue with Text Formates   - Robert Snow - 01/10/2022 02:12 PM  
 Pasted text issue with Text Formates   - Lunis Orcutt - 01/10/2022 03:30 PM  
 Pasted text issue with Text Formates   - ax - 01/11/2022 01:28 AM  
 Pasted text issue with Text Formates   - ax - 01/11/2022 04:30 PM  
 01/10/2022 03:30 PM
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Lunis Orcutt
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The company that created the technology in this forum went out of business so whatever doesn't work will continue not to work.


Bold formatting has never worked and unfortunately, never will

With the exception of underline, your text formatting will be changed to this forums defaults. With the exception of underlining, you can only paste Plain Text

If you wish to create separate paragraphs, you will need to use hard paragraphs which require pressing {Shift+Enter}, rather than soft paragraphs which only require {Enter}. This is why we added the Hard Paragraph command to KnowBrainer in 1999. More recently we added Hard Paragraph <dictation>. If you cut and paste from Microsoft Word {Enter} separations should work but probably not from OneNote. Because the our manufacturer has abandoned this technology, there is nothing that can be done. We chose this company because they did Dell and were the most expensive forum created. Anytime you buy into a forum technology, you are gambling they will stick around. We lost that bet


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