Is there a way to setup Photoshop to copy or MS Office to paste images from Photoshop as bitmap? If you simply paste (ctrl+v) it's inserted as an Adobe embedded object and seems to have some reverence to Photoshop. But if you go to Paste special you can select "Bitmap" and it will paste as a solid image. Is there a way to ALWAYS use this paste-method?
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I see two ways:
1) If you assign the keyboard shortcut ctrl-shift-V in Word to the "Paste Special" action, you can do it relatively quickly by:
Note that the ctrl-shift-V shortcut is also used by default in e.g. Thunderbird and Evernote to paste without formatting. If you are looking for the correct command in the chaotic 'customize' menu of Word (Under Word Options > Customize > Keyboard Shortcuts: Customize > Home Tab), its named
2) In Word, record a macro (under the View tab in the Ribbon), and assign a shortcut to it.