How to remove new line when copying and pasting in Microsoft Word

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Whenever I copy anything into Microsoft Word (whether it's a couple of sentences or just a word), it always includes a new line. It's very bothersome so I want to remove that feature. How can I do that? Thank you.

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  • ToddN2000
    Is it possible that you may be copying a carriage return as well. They do not display on screen? I cannot seem to replicate your issue. What version of Word are you using?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    How did you highlight the text/paragraph when copied them? Try this, click the cursor at that point from where you want to copy. Now press Shift and Right Arrow Key and highlight to entire text/ paragraph according to your desire (just highlight up to this portion). Now press Ctrl + C to copy. Again place the cursor where you want to put them. Press Ctrl + V to paste. Also turn off automatic hyphenation, if any.
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  • ToddN2000
    Remember to copy text only. If you include any spaces before or after the text you are trying copying that may be causing your issue. It may contain hidden formatting.
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