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    I am trying to copy past text from Bibleworks 8 to other programs but are running in some difficulties. I set the expoert font for unicode to "Palatino" and that works fine to copy past to word, but to other porgrams it does not seem to work (it does not come out in unicode). Examples are Onenote and for example Skype.

    However, it does work if I first copy to Word and then copy the pasted text and past it in the other program. Is it possible to copy-past unicode straight from Bibleworks?

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    Luuk Dominiek OP
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    Last edited by Luuk Dominiek Jansen OP; 02-23-2009 at 03:28 PM.

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    Luuk,
    Be sure that you have marked all 3 check boxes in the font configuration page. That way you don't need to worry about the unicode options on any of the output format pages. Like this...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luuk Dominiek Jansen OP View Post
    I am trying to copy past text from Bibleworks 8 to other programs but are running in some difficulties. I set the expoert font for unicode to "Palatino" and that works fine to copy past to word, but to other porgrams it does not seem to work (it does not come out in unicode). Examples are Onenote and for example Skype.

    However, it does work if I first copy to Word and then copy the pasted text and past it in the other program. Is it possible to copy-past unicode straight from Bibleworks?

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    Luuk Dominiek OP
    Witness Christ!
    You can try to select the option "Filter RTF Export for maximum compatibility" in the Setup | Flags | Export Options window.
    Mike

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