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Join Date: May 2009
Re: Improve Your Windows clipboard
Manipulating copied elements:
With PasteCopy.NET, you can sort the items copied to the clipboard, edit them directly before the paste or glue them in removing their formatting. To do so, follow these steps:-
- Double-click the icon PasteCopy.NET to access the list of elements copied.
- To edit a text element directly into the clipboard, double-click it.
- In the window that opens, you can edit the text. In the case of an image, you can change its title. Click OK.
- By default, the elements copied are listed in the category New Category.
- To create a new category, press the Ins key on your keyboard or pull down the File menu, Add Category.
- Enter a name for the category and click OK.
- To store the items in this category, simply let them slip inside.
- Note that if you select this category, the new elements will be copied automatically listed in it.
- By default, the formatting elements that you copy is retained. You can choose to delete it to keep only the plain text. In each case, double click on an item from the clipboard.
- Bottom left, double click on the icon format.
- The content then passes UNI format. Click OK.
- If you paste this element, the formatting will not be present.
- With the formatting, it would have been like this:
- To automatically convert all elements copied in TXT format and lose the formatting, click the Options button and then click Settings. Open the Preferences tab. Scroll Do not Convert Rtf and select Convert Rtf to Txt. Scroll Do not Convert Html and select Convert Html To Txt. The copied text, that it comes from a word processor or a Web page will lose its formatting. Only the text will be copied (and pasted later).