Updated: Jun 16, 2021
You can specify formatting when you paste slides, text, pictures, objects, and tables from other programs or the web into your Office application such as Access, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook. Using Paste Special Like pictures and other objects, text in a presentation has its own formatting — such as typeface, color, and font size. When you copy text that has different formatting into an Office program, the program, such as PowerPoint or Word, automatically reformats that text to match the text of the destination. However, you can use Paste Special to maintain the original formatting or paste it as a link or a picture, for example.
Cut or copy the slide, picture, text, or object that you want to paste.
Click in your Office file at the place you wish to insert that item.
On the Home tab, in the Clipboard group, click the arrow under Paste, click Paste Special.