What field to choose for this rich text at top of my form?

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    HareKrishna108
    Asked on January 22, 2019 at 12:40 PM

    Hi.


    I want to insert the following "rich text" information copied directly into Windows Clipboard from an existeing MS Word document.

    I want to paste it at the TOP of my form.

    What field type should I choose that will retain all the bold, colors, etc.?

    Thanks

    Jim


    EASY INSTRUCTIONS

    You do NOT have to fill out this form if you ALREADY sent me a "COMPLETE" OLD RESUME
    ( Send to: jim@cheapfastresumes.com )


    If the OLD RESUME you sent me is INCOMPLETE, then ONLY fill out the form with whatever information is missing(Maybe your most recent job?) 

    Finally, if you DO NOT HAVE AN OLD RESUME at all, or if your old resume is a TOTAL MESS (too embarrassing to show your mother or an employer?!) then DO fill out this form !  Please  HELP ME do a good job for you, by giving me CLEAR DESCRIPTIONS of your PREVIOUS DUTIES and any special ACCOMPLISHMENTS you can remember.


    Ok?

    Thanks.


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    david
    Answered on January 22, 2019 at 01:53 PM

    A "Text" field would allow for adding the text and should be possible to format as you have it:

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    The text might not copy fully formatted so it might need to be modified using the options available in the text field.

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    HareKrishna108
    Answered on January 23, 2019 at 05:44 AM

    Thanks

    I just discovered that I can view the "source code" from my previous rich text document, copy to windows clipboard, select the "Text" field you recommended, then view the "source code" for this box  [  < > ] icon in the editor, then paste it in.  

    This completely copies/pastes all my existing bold, colors, fonts, etc.

    Jim

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    gerardw
    Answered on January 23, 2019 at 07:10 AM

    Glad to know that you were able to sort this out.

    Let us know if we can be of further assistance. If you have any different query, kindly open a new thread.

    Thanks