Re: Accumulating a series of clips

Subject: Re: Accumulating a series of clips
From: Stephanie Goble <Stephaniex_goble -at- CCM -dot- CH -dot- INTEL -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 18 May 1995 00:30:47 GMT

PETER VOGEL <pvogel -at- ozemail -dot- com -dot- au> wrote:

> Mike McGraw <mcgraw -at- BROOKTREE -dot- COM> asks:
> >I'd like to be able to accumulate a series of clips using the
> >Copy function without having to go over to another open document or area
> >of the same document and Paste the clipboard contents.

> If you are using Word for Windows the Spike function does what you want. The
> only catch is that Spike cuts the selected text from the document ask it
> collects it. You can either live with that, making a copy of the document
> you don't mind having holes in, or you can make a macro that does a Spike
> followed by a Paste (to return the spiked bit to where it came from).

> - Amanda

I have seen a cumulative clipboard for Windows as shareware.
If you can find the Web site of CICA, they probably have it.


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