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How can I copy extracts of the code?
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Please note that selecting content is limited for some older scanned publications in Historical Codes Collection. Use your operating system tools (such as Snipping Tool) to select content from pre-1995 Code documents.
You can copy document extracts (text, tables, figures and intent statements) into any word processing or clipboard software using the Adobe Reader/Acrobat or Operating System built-in functionality:
- Text only: highlight the extract with the cursor and press the "Ctrl" and "c" keys simultaneously, or select "Edit" then "Copy" from the menu bar. This method does not preserve exact formatting of the content.
- Text, tables, figures, equations, etc.: scroll to the page/content that needs to be copied and use your OS screen capture tool, such as Snipping Tool (Windows 7 and Vista) or Alt + PrintScrn key (Windows XP). This method copies content as an image and preserves full formatting as it appears in the document.