Mac Keystroke For Paste Text Only

I am running the same task over and over and over again (and I want to simplify this task). Basically, I want to paste a text fragment into a document (a piece of HTML code). I'm doing it over and over again, and I would like to designate a keyboard shortcut to perform this function.
Can I do this with Keyboard shortcuts (it looks like I can't). Do I need to write a script, and activate the script with a keyboard shortcut? Please ... I've searched database and web, and nobody seems to want to do this, or describe how it can be done. I think it would be amazingly useful for those of us who find ourselves typing the same text string over, and over, and over, and over, and over and over again.
Many thanks in advance.
  1. Just copy your text into the clipboard and then press Command+Option+Shift+V on your keyboard. The keyboard combination retains the bullet point, but everything else (fonts, links, etc.) is discarded. When you paste your unformatted text, you will then need to go through and reformat to your preferences.
  2. Paste Special Shortcut in Mac In mac, we use CTRL+COMMAND+V key combination to open the paste special dialog. To select an option from the list, we use the COMMAND+letter key in mac. Let's have some examples to see the paste special shortcuts in action.

PowerBook G4, Mac OS X (10.5.6)

Mac Keystroke For Paste Text Only Images

Posted on Feb 3, 2009 6:30 PM

Mac Keystroke For Paste Text Only Numbers

If you’re used to keyboard shortcuts and find that you can accomplish what you need to faster, then you can copy and paste easily. To copy text, select it and use Command + C. To cut text, select it and use Command + X. To paste the text you copied or cut, place your cursor where you want the text and use Command + V. The program is quite simple to use with just a textbox for entering text to be pasted with the hotkey. There is more to it though, and you can also run programs, open web pages, and paste data from the clipboard. Inserting plain text has a number of extra variables such as date and time.