Microsoft Outlook 2003 problem

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When I'm trying to copy and paste an attachment from Microsoft Outlook, it's not pasting anything. It's copying but the paste option isn't working. It's happening in Outlook only when I'm trying to copy/paste from Windows Explorer into a folder. How to solve this problem? Can anyone have solution? Is it a virus? I hope someone can give guidance on the above topic. Best Regards, Manish Bhatt

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What are you trying to cut and paste? Is it text or an image or both?

Where are you trying to paste it to? A document or an image file?
If you are looking to save everything on the page you can try to “save as” another document type in another folder for editing later. 
Something you cannot just cut and paste what you see unless you have special tools like Irfanview (Freeware), Snipping Tool or a similar application. 

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  • TomLiotta
    It doesn't seem as much a strange problem as it is a strange question.   ...I'm trying to copy/paste from Windows Explorer into a folder.   Can you give a better explanation of what you're trying to do? What exactly do you mean by "into a folder"? Without more detail, that doesn't make much sense.   Tom
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