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The Problem:
How many times have you copied something from a website or elsewhere and when you paste it in, the font is completely different? There is a quick fix for that!

What’s happening is when you copy something (CMD+C on Mac; CTRL+C on PC), not only does it copy the text, it also copies the HTML tags and styling code. This is called Rich Text Format (or RTF).

The Fix:
To paste in as plain text format which is JUST the text and no styling (or TXT), press CMD+SHIFT+V on a Mac or CTRL+SHIFT+V on a PC.

Hope that helps!