{copy-paste} is about copying text and other elements from one place (often a PDF file) and allowing it to be pasted. Searching for text (in a PDF file) is a process closely related to copying because both use the OCR (optical character recognition) layer in the PDF file.

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Copy to clipboard feature in PDF output

I want a clickable copy to clipboard feature in my PDF document. Ideally the macro also allows for graphical elements to be embedded inside them (say, a button that will automatically copy paste ...
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Embed all fonts by “exporting as PDF”, but cannot copy text any more?

I am using Fontin as the font style and XeLaTeX my document. In order to ensure every computer can display the font style correctly, I decided to re-export the document as PDF with Mac Preview so that ...
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How to use cmap to create an un-copyable pdf with pdftex?

For some reason I want to create a pdf with an un-copyable text. There is a solution which manipulates the font. It's from an older post(see Is it possible to produce a PDF with un-copyable text?): % ...
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tilde and scalable fonts

I regularly use a combination of pslatex.sty and pdflatex to produce pdf documents. Some of this are for student use and I have come across a problem with the tilde character. Using default LaTeX ...
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Copy/Paste from PDF with Multiple Columns

I'm generating a PDF using rubber/pdflatex on Linux for a LaTeX document with multiple columns. When viewing the PDF in evince and trying to copy/paste from it, the selection always crosses the ...
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Copy/Pastable output in Friggeri's CV

I'm rather new to TeX, but I find the editor a great tool and I'm starting to use it as much as I can - love the clean output you can achieve with it! Speaking about outputs, I have a problem when ...
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Script to extract and copy from LaTeX files

I have a large LaTeX document, one main and a lot of \input{file} for each chapter. For each of these files I would like to copy them and only keep the Theorems, in other words I'd like to extract and ...
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How can I make the copied-pasted text from an pdflatex output still readable/compilable by pdflatex?

The issue I compile a latex document which contains accents ("é" for instance), then I copy the text from the pdf generated by pdflatex. Then, I paste this text to my latex file. The resulting file ...