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How to Copy and Paste Source Code From Xilinx ISE to Microsoft Word with the keyword colors ?

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Is there any way to copy the source code from Xilinx ISe and paste it Microsoft Word and KEEPING the colors as they are???

Because whenever I paste it to MS Word the colors are lost...

 

Any help would be appreciated..

 

Thanks... 
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Re: How to Copy and Paste Source Code From Xilinx ISE to Microsoft Word with the keyword colors ?

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When you copy text from the ISE editor you only get the text, not coloring.  However when you

print the document the color is preserved.  So one method would be to print your file to a

PDF generator like Adobe pdfwriter or doPDF and then copy and paste the text from the

PDF document to Word.  I have tried this with doPDF v6 and also with Microsoft XPS writer,

but with the XPS document you lose the line ends, so all your text runs like one big line

when you paste it into Word.

 

HTH,

Gabor

-- Gabor
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Registered: ‎08-14-2007

Re: How to Copy and Paste Source Code From Xilinx ISE to Microsoft Word with the keyword colors ?

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When you copy text from the ISE editor you only get the text, not coloring.  However when you

print the document the color is preserved.  So one method would be to print your file to a

PDF generator like Adobe pdfwriter or doPDF and then copy and paste the text from the

PDF document to Word.  I have tried this with doPDF v6 and also with Microsoft XPS writer,

but with the XPS document you lose the line ends, so all your text runs like one big line

when you paste it into Word.

 

HTH,

Gabor

-- Gabor