When completing an assignment, you may choose to write directly in the editor or simply copy and paste from a text editor like Word, Pages, or Notepad.
Wet Ink editor tries to match the formatting of your original document and the results vary depending on which software you're pasting from and how extensive your original formatting is.
If you would rather upload your Word document directly into Wet Ink, you can do this as well.
In this article:
- Copying from Word
- Quick Formatting Options
Copying from Word
Occasionally, copying from Microsoft Word can cause unwanted formatting changes. To help avoid this, when copying from Word, we suggest that you clear the formatting using the pop-up window that appears.
Quick Formatting Options
There are three quick format buttons at the bottom of the editor that allows you to add Spaced Paragraphs, Double-spaced Lines, and First Line Indents to your entire text. You can select as many (or as few) as you want.