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Search related threads. Remove From My Forums. Asked by: Microsoft Office. Office for Mac. Office for Mac https: This forum is for general questions and feedback related to Office for Mac as they pertain to the IT Pro community. Sign in to vote. Saturday, February 18, There is a similar thread talked about it: Regards, Winnie Liang Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help. Monday, February 20, 9: Hi Winnie, Thanks for the response.1stclass-ltd.com/wp-content/map18.php
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Regards ozsci. Monday, February 20, Hi ozsci, Currently, the only workaround I found on Mac is to paste the images to "TIFF" picture then copy the pasted picture to use special paste again.
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Wednesday, February 22, 3: Thanks Winnie, I appreciate your response. Wednesday, February 22, 5: Regards ozsci You are welcome.
Have a nice day! Monday, March 6, 7: The only way that works for me is the hugely unhelpful creation of a completely new folder into which I export the jpeg and then I can get the photo from there! Life was easier on my original Apple ][e!
Where has all the functionality gone? Where is the 'Copy' option on the menu? Can you explain that? Maybe that might help me. Meanwhile I'm cursing myself for upgrading to Photos from iPhoto.
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One cannot even change the headings on the Photos listings Can you advise a decent photo library system for Mac? All I need is something that will store my photos, that I can organise under the headings that I want, that I can index and from which I can cut and paste and drag and drop Jan 20, 1: I can copy and paste from Photos 3. Older versions of Microsoft Office may not be compatible with Photos and do not allow copy and paste of photos from a Photos Library.
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Photos 3. Surely the most basic thing about our photographs is that we want to copy them! We might just as well be back in the Box Brownie era! Jan 21, 2: Communities Contact Support. Sign in. Browse Search. Ask a question. User profile for user: Photos for Mac Speciality level out of ten: More Less.