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Can you have multiple, independent clipboard entries simultaneousl

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by graviton, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. graviton

    graviton Flightless Bird

    Very often I want to copy and paste several different, widely separated
    things from a web page and it would be great if after Control C you could do
    a Control Something Else and then a Control Something Elser and have them all
    in your clipboard when you're ready to paste. (Of course you'd also have to
    have a Control V then Control V1 and Control V2 or its equivalent.) Is this
    possible?

    I have a cheap pocket calculator with 3 different memory stores so there is
    precedent.
     
  2. Bernd

    Bernd Flightless Bird

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    > Very often I want to copy and paste several different, widely separated
    > things from a web page and it would be great if after Control C you could do
    > a Control Something Else and then a Control Something Elser and have them all
    > in your clipboard when you're ready to paste. (Of course you'd also have to
    > have a Control V then Control V1 and Control V2 or its equivalent.) Is this
    > possible?
    >
    > I have a cheap pocket calculator with 3 different memory stores so there is
    > precedent.


    One of those free tools (I use it):

    http://ditto-cp.sourceforge.net/

    Bernd
     
  3. VanguardLH

    VanguardLH Flightless Bird

    graviton wrote:

    > Very often I want to copy and paste several different, widely separated
    > things from a web page and it would be great if after Control C you could do
    > a Control Something Else and then a Control Something Elser and have them all
    > in your clipboard when you're ready to paste. (Of course you'd also have to
    > have a Control V then Control V1 and Control V2 or its equivalent.) Is this
    > possible?
    >
    > I have a cheap pocket calculator with 3 different memory stores so there is
    > precedent.


    Clipmate (pay)
    ClipMagic (free)
     
  4. graviton

    graviton Flightless Bird

    "graviton" wrote:

    > Very often I want to copy and paste several different, widely separated
    > things from a web page and it would be great if after Control C you could do
    > a Control Something Else and then a Control Something Elser and have them all
    > in your clipboard when you're ready to paste. (Of course you'd also have to
    > have a Control V then Control V1 and Control V2 or its equivalent.) Is this
    > possible?
    >
    > I have a cheap pocket calculator with 3 different memory stores so there is
    > precedent.



    Bernd and VanguardLH, I want to thank you for your prompt and
    hitting-the-spot responses. I downloaded the pieces of software you
    recommended and I'll be testing them out over the next few days to see which
    is superior, although I suspect each will be more than adequate for my
    currently limited purposes. I only just discovered this web site, and it's
    great to know there's a place to go where you can obtain truly valuable and
    meaningful responses. I've fared very badly at the general "tech" sites on
    the web, where it turns out people often know less than they imagine they do.
    So thanks again, gentlemen.
     

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