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Old 17-06-2010
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Clipboard Viewer in Win 7
  

Are there any clipboard viewer in windows 7. I have heard about the clipboard but i am not able to use it. Also please tell me how to get the clipboard in windows 7. what is the purpose of clipboard in windows 7. I want to know about clipboard. How can i utilize this windows 7 feature. Thanks in advance.

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Re: Clipboard Viewer in Win 7

For various motive, Windows XP jumbled up the Clipboard Viewer. It’s hardly listed on the Help menus, and it is also not present on the windows XP when you upgrade to Windows XP. Also you cannot install it using the windows XP CD , It doesn’t put a Clipboard Viewer icon materialize on the menu. As far as I know it is sometimes pretty handy way by which you can see exactly what's on present your clipboard.
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Re: Clipboard Viewer in Win 7

All copy-paste accumulate in the clipboard and can slow down the computer. Many people will restart their computer to clear the memory. There is an easier solution

For Windows 98:
  • Click Start, select Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Clipboard.
  • The clipboard menu opens choose Edit, Delete and confirm by clicking OK.
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Re: Clipboard Viewer in Win 7

Click Start, choose Run and enter the command Clipbrd in the white space. The clipboard menu opens choose Edit, Delete and confirm by clicking OK.

If the Clipboard does not appear in your system tools, install it:

Open the Control Panel and select add programs. Select the Windows Setup pane. Double-click System Tools, and place a checkmark in the box next to the Clipboard. Click OK and Apply made. You may need to insert your Windows CD or specify the file where your Windows installation programs (usually c: \ win98 on my systems).
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Re: Clipboard Viewer in Win 7

Under Vista, this command no longer exists. To add, simply copy the file clipbrd.exe (which you find in Windows XP in the Windows \ system32) in the Windows \ system32 your Vista. You can also download this executable file , then make a right click> Run as administrator, and the command will be added automatically. Other programs can also display the contents of the clipboard, for example:
1. Clipboard
2. 101Clips
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Re: Clipboard Viewer in Win 7

The clipboard supports the functionality of "copy / paste and cut and paste" of operating systems. Built in the early GUIs, it has become second nature to users. However, he never really evolved since its introduction in Windows. Within the Microsoft OS, this function is in fact limited: you can perform a "copy" or "cut" (or a screenshot) to send an element (text, image or otherwise) in the clipboard, but Windows does not support more than one item at a time. Similarly, the clipboard of Windows does not differentiate the nature of the evidence presented to it.
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Re: Clipboard Viewer in Win 7

Whenever you make a cut (CTRL-X) or copy (CTRL-C) of an element, it is stored temporarily in the clipboard. The Windows clipboard is in the Album Manager (except for Vista).

To access, simply:

Click on Start and then go to Run the type "Clipbrd" without the double quotes
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Re: Clipboard Viewer in Win 7

The main limitation of the Windows clipboard is its management of a single element: When you duplicate a result, only the last is taken into account, the first being simply forgotten. Software such as Memoclip overcomes this problem in a simple and elegant. Much like Ditto or ClipTray (which we will return below), Memoclip retains a set number of items by you in the clipboard and allows you to choose which one to copy.
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