@volvo Please explain a bit more.
Spike in Word
A great feature in Word “Spike”, you can move several bits of text, images, and tables from one document to a different part of the current document or to another document all at the same time.
First, highlight an area you want to cut. Next, press the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + F3. That places the text onto a special clipboard. You can keep adding to that clipboard using Spike without each new cut replacing the old one. Once you have everything you need, press Ctrl + Shift +F3. Everything you cut will be placed at the new spot and the Spike clipboard will be cleared.
You can also use the ‘Win’ and the ‘V’ key to see all recent things you copied.
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