Office - Enable Copy and Paste is a very popular Chrome extension by live.com. This extension has 10,000,000+ weekly active users, an average user rating of 3.07, and is most similar to ADP Copy & Paste and Copy and Paste more. The latest version, 0.1.11.5, was updated a year ago.
Installing this free extension enables you to cut, copy, and paste via right-click menus and the ribbon toolbar when using Office on the web.
Due to limitations of web browsers, copying and pasting in Microsoft Office for the web through menus requires additional permissions which are provided through this extension.
Office - Enable Copy and Paste requires very minimum permissions and is relatively safe to use.
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Absolutely insane. It doesn't work. For a basic feature I have to download this and when did it doesn't work. It simply can't even do a thing. It is so frustrating. Hell with this. If Microsoft is not going to bring the copy-paste feature to its inbuild version of MS-Office then I vote for banning of all MS products. This is bizarre.
Most useless thing to have to install. This shows that you basically removed a feature that was already there to make us have to install this bs to enable such a basic thing. This is why people avoid microsoft programs as much as possible.
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