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I copied from unformatted text in Word. I do that all the time and have had no problem in the past. I could change fonts, bold text, etc., spell check, and it kept the format. This time however, if I right-clicked on a misspelled word, all formatting in the entire document was lost. It reverted back to arial, plain text. This has not happened in the past. I compose in word 2013, 12 pt Times Roman, no spacing, no indents, left justified. . I copy and past into CC and once there, usually use either Arial or Comic Sans. I bold headings, increase pts., usually center justify them and also a line between paragraphs. Perhaps you could try and duplicate the problem. It is annoying to have to go back and reformat the whole doc because I used spellcheck. Again, I have used CC for a year in the same manner and this only happened after your latest update. ,
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I had originally pasted in text in Arial. Later I reforatted to Arial Black.Anytime I selected a misspelled word and then clicked on the correction offered, the entire paragraph reverted to arial font. This has never happened before. Note: this was not evident earlier in the evening but did occur several times after your maintenance update from 11-12 Eastern on the 10th. Kinda annoying. Going back to make sure other formatting such as bullets is still intact. PatR Boomers Forever Club.
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