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Subject:Re: Accumulating a series of clips From:"Wersan, Fred" <fwersan -at- BIL1PO -dot- BILLERICA-MA -dot- PERITUS -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 10 May 1995 08:09:00 PDT
There is a nice freeware utility called UltraClip that enhances the
clipboard so that you can clip multiple items and feed them back at your
leasure. There was also a recent PC Magazine utility called Pasteboard
(paste.exe) that extends the clipboard. There are others as well, but these
are free. I can vouch for UltraClip. I haven't really tried PasteBoard, but
PC Mag utilities usually work nicely as advertised.