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I've found that it depends on the source when attempting to copy/paste text and images. Although the a/A button is here in vBulletin, I don't see it in WordPress.
I see using the a/A missed the rose.ico preceding the title as shown in the original but it picked up the other two images.
Edit Note: After posting, it did lose some of the original formatting and, for what its worth, the twitter icon.
Thanks for all the replies.
There seems to be a little confusion about my problem so I shall try and explain again.
When I want to publish an article I don't go into edit mode, I simply copy the article as it appears in TSF. I then go to WordPress and paste into the Visual tab and the article is copied complete with formatting and images. Switching to the HTML tab allowed me to see all the HTML code. At least, that's what I used to be able to do and which Someguy201 can still do. Now, I don't get the option to paste when I right click although I do if I move the cursor to the Title box. I can, however, paste into the HTML tab, but when I do, the images are missing and so is the HTML code. In IE and Chrome, I can now paste into the Visual tab, but still no images.
Pardon me for butting in - but this seems to be a problem with the system determining what context area is focused on when you right click.
You're getting a different context menu (the one for navigating a page/webpage) when you should get the same (the one for copy/paste) - so either Windows is messed up, or the context "detector" is messed up in WordPress (IMO). You can see it on this page - right click on this post and you'll see the "navigation" context menu, then right click on the Quick Reply text area and you'll see the "copy/paste" context menu.
Have you tried left clicking on the text entry area (to focus on that area) BEFORE right clicking for the context menu?
That's what works for me when I have similar problems (but, I don't use WordPress)
Maybe try clicking around the page to see if you can find out where the Paste option will show - and where it won't?
Many thank for the suggestion usasma. By clicking around the edit box I found that the only place that gave the proper copy/paste option was for about the first three-quarters of the way across the line following the cursor, but I can now paste, including images. I can't believe that I've never clicked anywhere else but in that position before so I don't understand why I haven't had the problem before.