Cut and paste a KMZ file into Microsoft Word

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How can I cut and paste a KMZ file into Microsoft Word? Thanks, Steve.
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A KMZ file is a file that stores map locations viewable in Google Earth, a global mapping program. It provides a bird’s eye view of locations throughout the U.S. and other areas of the world. KMZ files store place marks that may include a custom name and the latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates of the location. There are a few programs that can open this file type found here. You may need to use the snipping tool in Windows or a screen capture program like Irfanview. Some times a straight copy/paste will not work if the page is set to have images protected.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Probably you asked for inserting google map in a MS Word. First identify the map location then leave open the map on the screen. Now open snipping tool (built-in tool of Windows), after that the mouse cursor changes into a crosshair. Again click/focus the map in the browser window & click the map's upper left corner. Hold down your left mouse button and drag downward diagonally to draw a box around the map. Windows copies the map to the system clipboard. Open the word file/click the cursor on the point where you wanted to place it. Now press ctrl + V to paste the map.
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  • stephenreiss
    You are correct. Thank you very much.
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