Several years ago when I was called on to do my first "60 Tips in 60 Minutes" program, one of my tips was about using Paste Special to copy and paste just the text from one document into another without bringing the formatting or hyperlinks or different font from the original document. (Just copy the text, open new document, then select Edit, then Paste Special, then Unformatted Text.) This is particularly useful when copying text from an online legal research provider or other web page into a word processing document. It has been a tip that is hard to "retire" as almost every time you mention it to a large crowd, someone says out loud, "Oh my gosh, I didn’t know that" or something to that effect. I’ve received many e-mails over the years thanking me for this tip. This "classic" tip was the subject of an article by Dan Pinnington in this month’s Law Practice Today. You might want to circulate the link to Dan’s article (or this post) within your firm. Someone there may not know about this and it could save them lots of document clean up time.