When copying content from sources where the content is styled with some predefined formatting the browser would paste them along with the content. This is not a matter encountered only in Chrome. The issue discussed in this thread is about inheritance of CSS styles from the main page and this is expected, as long as the browser attaches styles automatically on some user actions. The possible resolution is the proper configuration of the RadEditor default stylization as stated in my previous post.
In your case I see that the content is directly pasted styles with some decorations. That is a normal land expected behavior. Of course you can further configure the RadEditor to strip CSS styles by setting the StripFormattingOptions
property as in this example markup:
"MSWordNoMargins, ConvertWordLists, Css"
Also, you can further use the Stripping Tools to strip the undesired decorations in the pasted content.
More details and demonstrations regarding pasting and stripping are available in the Cleaning MS Word Formatting online demo
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