The copy/paste by right-clicking functionality is currently deactivated in the Grammarly Editor for Windows and Mac.
Instead, please copy your text using the Copy button shown below:
Alternatively, you can use the Command+C shortcut on macOS or the Ctrl+C shortcut on Windows.
Note: the Paste button in the sidebar is currently deactivated. However, you can use the Command+V shortcut on macOS and the Ctrl+V shortcut on Windows to paste your text.
You can also upload .doc or .docx files to Grammarly and then download the edited document back to its source. Use the Import (or Upload) button on the dashboard and the Export (Download) button on the toolbar. Alternatively, you can simply drag and drop your document into your Grammarly dashboard.
To import a document, open a new document, click on the green G icon in the upper left corner to open the sidebar, and click Import (Upload):
To export a document, open a document, click on the green G icon in the upper left corner to open the sidebar, and click Export (Download):
Alternatively, you can try Grammarly for Windows (if you use Windows 10 or newer) or Grammarly for Mac (if you use macOS 10.12 or newer), which support integration with a wide array of applications and websites. To find out more, check out this article.