You can copy and paste the following items into Rico's text fields:
Figures / Images
Text with and without formatting
Note: You cannot paste tables and images into 'assessment' fields (for activities, standards assessments, where this is already within a table.)
Copy and pasting works as usual, either highlighting or right-clicking on relevant content and then copying (hot keys ctrl + c or cmd + c on mac) and pasting (ctrl + v or cmd + v).
Notes for copy-pasting different items
Instead of uploading figures on the figures page - you can paste images directly into a text field. These will then be added to the figures page where you can edit their name.
Copy-pasting images from Word - images in Word can have reduced quality when copy-pasted. It’s best to copy or upload the original image to retain quality.
Tables breaking up when copy-pasted - tables can sometimes get broken up into multiple tables when pasted. If this occurs, you can add a new row at the bottom of a table and paste content directly into this to get it into the same table.
To remove formatting - Text can be pasted without formatting (or “keeping text only”) by using ctrl + shift + v (or cmd + shift + v on mac). There is also a 'clear formatting' functionality in the formatting toolbar which will remove any formatting from highlighted text.
Bullet points and numbering - unfortunately these don’t copy over well from Word, so you’ll need to manually format text as bullets or numbered and delete the bullet/numbering symbols copied in.