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    Multiple Clipboard

    I seem to remember that in earlier versions of Windows there was a utility which remembered the last 10 copy operations ane could relpay them for a subsequent paste operation - or perhaps it was an add-on utility. Anybody know about this?
    David P - The Truth Is In Redmond

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    There are 3 clipboard utilities you could try listed here:
    http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/3-clipb...agers-windows/

    Jerry

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    David,

    You may be thinking of the Microsoft Office clipboard which would hold 10 items as long as at least one Office program was open. HTH
    May the Forces of good computing be with you!

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    I have used Clipmate (paid) for a long time and like it a lot. There is no limit to the number of clips you can store, and the editing/concatenating/etc features are multitudinous.
    I also use Ditto (free) on another machine that is used less intensively. Simpler, but less powerful.

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