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The WYSIWYG module replaced the TinyMCE module at Drupal.org. It allows for the installation, activation, and creation of profiles for users for more than one third party module—a "rich-text editor management" module.
Check "Force cleanup on standard paste" - This will help clean up code from rich text editors like Word.
Required third-party and Drupal modules for use with WYSIWYG:
IMCE is the module suggested for adding a file browser to a rich text editor. This module provides a simple file browser interface for use with rich text editors. It allows users to upload / browse / delete files to a designated folder within the "/files" folder.
Creation of a "shared" file folder within the "files" directory in which all users have access to (dependent on site business rules). Subsequent file organization can be determined by site owner (i.e. "graduate", "images", "pdfs", "academics", etc.).
The location of the "/files" folder is different in different versions of Drupal: