With IE11, Microsoft's browser can preserve formatting of numbered and bulleted lists when pasting into online documents. With IE11, Microsoft's browser can preserve formatting of numbered and bulleted lists when pasting into online documents. Now that Microsoft is back in the browser business, it devotes a lot of time showing off how well assorted games work in Internet Explorer. On Friday, though, the company tried to tout its browser's new abilities for word processing and other productivity chores. With Internet Explorer 11, "Users can create rich content with automatic image paste, improved copy-and-paste of formatted lists, and natural undo," said IE program managers Jianfeng Lin and Ben Peters in a blog post. Related stories Microsoft rolls out 'reliability' patch for Internet Explorer 11 Microsoft pays out $28K to IE 11 exploit hunters Microsoft claims massive speed boost in latest IE 11 build Specifically, IE11 can recognize word-processors formatting for numbered or bulleted lists and convert that into the appropriate HTML coding; support subtle multi-step undo operations; and paste graphics from a computer's clipboard. Naturally, the two pointed out that the new abilities will make Microsoft's own online Office 365 service better. But the features also could help other services with that handle text and images , such as Google Docs or Evernote. IE11 ships with Windows 8.1. It also works Windows 8 and is available in an IE11 preview release for Windows 7.