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On Sun, 2012-02-05 at 09:00 -0500, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions wrote:
After using the 3.4.4 version on a 64-bit Ubuntu 10.04 system, I came 
across an error.

The "Paste Special" option in Writer seems not to work.  I have not 
tried it in the other modules, since I had not needed to use it for them 

Yesterday was the first time I used that option since moving from 3.4.3 
to 3.4.4.  It did nothing.  Using "Paste" worked, but I wanted to have 
the text inserted as unformatted.  What I did was copy some info from a 
web site and pasted it into a document that would later be emailed.  I 
did not want the HTML formatting to be there.  I have done this many 
times with 3.4.3 and it worked fine, but 3.4.4 did not when I tried it.

I know that there is a 3.4.5 version out, but right now I am using 3.4.4 
and if I found this issue, people I deal with might ask me about this 
issue.  I have given out many 3.4.4 DVDs [not as many 3.4.3 though] so 
if there is an issue with Paste Special, on Windows and not just with 
the 64-bit .deb version, then I need to know about it.

SO, has any other users tried the Paste Special option in Writer?

      This is something that I noticed some time ago using 3.4.4. from
the LO website. In my case, Control+Shift+V did not open the usual
dialog allowing me to select my preferred style to use for the pasted
material. One thing I thought peculiar was that clicking 
Edit gave me a menu in which Paste was active but Paste Special was
grayed out. So, I have had the same experience.
      I must say that 3.4.5 from the LO website does not have this

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