I am using LibreOffice 4.0.2 and have a need to copy a text selection (recipient address) from one
document to another, to a label template for a continuous label printer. The text selection resides
in a table and I'd like to /not/ copy any of the formatting to the label template where a different
formatting needs to be applied.
Currently, I copy the text selection which automatically includes the table cell formatting, paste
it into the second document, remove the extra space above and below the table cells, select only
the table cells, convert them into text and finally apply the desired formatting style.
As i am sure everyone understands, this gets old really fast and surely there must be a faster way?
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