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Old 5th September 2004, 07:58 PM   #1
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Default Q Clip Clipboard Utility-A "Must Have" For Windows Users

Ever wish your Clipboard could copy more than one thing at a time?

Ever wish you could go to one quote, copy it, then go another text tidbit, copy it, then go a third website, copy the URL, then go to fourth quote, and copy that too? And after that, when you want to make a presentation, be able to recall each of them when you are ready to use them-without having to go to Notepad or Wordpad in between?

Well, you can.

Taken off the highly useful Snapfiles site, www.snapfiles.com , there is the Q Clip clipboard utility:
http://www.snapfiles.com/get/qclip.html

I have been using it for months, and the way it works is this:

You copy any number of text tidbits you want, one right after the other, no Notepad or Wordpad in between. Each one will automatically be sent to the Q Clip utility, as well as the Clipboard. Except the Q Clip utility will remember them all, instead of just the last one, like Clipboard.

Then, you click on the Q Clip icon in the system tray in the lower right hand corner.

Your text tidbits will be lined up on a small, but quite readable, dialog box on your screen.

Highlight which text tidbit you want to use right now.

Then paste it into your document, Reply box, or whatever you are typing into.

Makes life easy in so many ways.
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