Difference between revisions of "What is the clipboard?"


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The clipboard is not a program you can access, it is a block of your computer memory. Anything you copy is stored in a special section of your upper memory called the clipboard.
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The clipboard is not a program you can access, it is a block of your computer memory. Anything you copy is stored in a special section of your upper memory called the clipboard.<br />
 
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Any time you Copy (CTRL-C) or Cut (CTRL-X) the contents are sent to the clipboard and they are then available to be Pasted (CTRL-V) into another program.
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Any time you Copy (CTRL-C) or Cut (CTRL-X) the contents are sent to the clipboard and they are then available to be Pasted (CTRL-V) into another program.<br />
 
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The clipboard always holds the last item you copied unless you turn off your computer.
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The clipboard always holds the last item you copied unless you turn off your computer.<br />
 
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Latest revision as of 12:18, 1 December 2009


The clipboard is not a program you can access, it is a block of your computer memory. Anything you copy is stored in a special section of your upper memory called the clipboard.

Any time you Copy (CTRL-C) or Cut (CTRL-X) the contents are sent to the clipboard and they are then available to be Pasted (CTRL-V) into another program.

The clipboard always holds the last item you copied unless you turn off your computer.