[Hidden-tech] Mac question

Stefan Gonick stefan at DatabaseWebWorks.com
Tue Jul 24 10:36:10 EDT 2007

Rather than copy and paste, just drag the image straight from the web page
into the Word document.


At 10:12 AM 7/24/2007, you wrote:
>I'm using a Mac.
>I regularly need to copy logos and images from websites into a Word document.
>When I was using Windows, I could easily copy the image from a 
>website, and just hit paste in Word. I haven't been able to do that 
>with my Macbook. I have to go through a separate step of saving the 
>image to my desktop, then opening it in Preview, and copying and 
>pasting from there.
>Is there something I'm missing here to make this routine task easier 
>and simpler?
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