At 15:14 12/02/2015 -0600, Emil Payne wrote:
There are times when I copy & paste from websites to Calc. Things
like lists of TV stations or Twitter followers. When I do so it also
captures all the images and pastes them to the document. This causes
a big mess since most of the images cover each other and do not
align with their respective text entry. I have to click them one by
one and delete them. With a big list this takes a lot of time. Is
there a way of removing all images at once?
o Go to Edit | Select All (or press Ctrl+A).
o Go to Edit | Delete Content... (or press Delete).
o In the Delete Contents dialogue, untick "Delete all" if necessary
and ensure only Objects is ticked.
You may also like to experiment with using Edit | Paste Special...
(or Ctrl+Shift+V) instead of ordinary Paste to insert the material
originally. In the Paste Special dialogue, select "Unformatted text".
I trust this helps.
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