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Do you know about the Paste-In-Place command? That's sometimes useful for copy and paste between files.

If you actually want a reference point rather than a common offset from origin, one easy way to do that is to Group the things being transferred, and then grab the group by the reference point after pasting it, and drag it to where you want it. Then ungroup it.

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