To copy and paste text, we either use the Copy and Paste context menu items or we use Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V keyboard combinations. But when we do this, the formatting is normally preserved. But there may be times when you do not want the formatting to preserved. Maybe you do not want to use the font type, font size, font color, web links or preserve the other formatting options from the original web page.
The typical solution would be to paste this text first in a Notepad and then copy this text to paste it elsewhere.
Most document editors, including Microsoft Word, do offer special paste options when you use Ctrl+Shift+V, which let us paste text as unformatted text. Now if you are browsing the net, using Chrome or Firefox browsers, then they too offer you an easy way of copy-pasting as plain text without preserving the formatting. This post shows you how to copy and paste text as plain unformatted text when using Chrome or Firefox browsers in Windows 10/8/7.
Copy-Paste as plain Text using Ctrl+Shift+V
Earlier users had to use all sorts of extensions and plugins to be able to copy-paste as plain text. But now, both these web browsers for Windows, offer an easy way out.
Simply use the Ctrl+Shift+V keyboard combination to paste the text, and you will be able to copy-paste the text as plain unformatted text in Chrome or Firefox.
You can use this shortcut in any rich text editor in a web page, like your email web interface, Office 365 documents, Google Docs, etc, which is open in the browser.
Let us know if it is working smoothly for you.
See this, if you would like to check out how to use Firefox, Chrome, Opera as a Notepad.