You said “in closing” but I’m going to reopen it. I just
copied and pasted text from a Toad 10.6.0.42 editor into both Outlook and Word,
and it came through in each case in a combination of Courier and Courier New
(which is a different puzzle, why the comments are Courier but the rest is
Courier New). So it can be done. So the question is: what do I have set
differently from you? Editor/Display/Fonts/Editor is Courier New, regular, 9
point; Editor/Behavior/Languages/PLSQL/Highlighting/practically everything/Style
type: default font. Or maybe it’s an option somewhere in Word? Word
Options, Advanced, Cut Copy and Paste, Pasting from other programs, Keep source
formatting; and the same in Outlook Editor Options.
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