How can I copy an element to another new page?

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Hello y3572

You can select an element, right click on it, and choose the "Copy" option. You can then paste it in the new page. This will work for everything except text boxes.
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in website builder you have to paste by using control V.  You can copy the text in a text box then paste it into a new text box on another page
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Correct, you can copy the text and paste it in a new text box. However, this will not copy any formatting that was done on the text. Susan's option below is the only way to "copy" text boxes to another page.
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       I have stumbled across an easy way to duplicate complex or large elements across a number of pages.  On the first page that the element is to appear, I get it exactly the way I want and then I make the section in which it appears "visible on all pages".  Then I go to each page that I want the same element to appear and "duplicate" the entire section that now appears on all pages.  When I am done, I go back to the original page and remove "visible on all pages".  I now have a perfect copy on each of the pages and I can modify as necessary on each individual page.
Just an idea that works for me!
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Yes this is a great work around!

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