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Travis Byrne

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Hello All
I would like to have a clipboard that holds more than one item. I use windows XP and it has only room for 1 cut and paste at at time.
Am I looking for something that has not been invented?
If there is one out "there" some where, could you point me in the right direction.

Travis
 

beech1948

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Travis,
My XP clipboard will hold 12 items. Anytime I try to copy a second item up comes a display panel which shows a series of logo bloacks and a name under it. I just select and go.

Now you will want to know how to make this work. I hav'nt a clue as I have stopped following operating system rubbish for some time now.

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alan
 

CHJ

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Travis,
See this Link

Instead of dragging the "clipbrd.exe" to your start folder as instructed in the text, until you are sure that is what you want, create a short-cut to it on your desktop.

This is the Clipboard viewer, You will then have the choice of saving what is on your clipboard to a file name of your choice (in a folder of your choice) if you subsequently do an open file in this application you will see the icons for all your saved clips.
 

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Sawdust Producer":3szgagsz said:
excellent Chas , followed all that and it works for me
This is the method I use, I guess there are others, why M$ leave this functionality out of the XP OS as an option but put it in the Office Suit is beyond me.
 
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