Clipboard Managers - Enhancers

Freeware Clipboard Manager with Preview

SUMMARY: PasteCopy.NET stores image and text clips for later retrieval, and includes built-in rich-text and HTML clip converters.

PasteCopy.NET is a freeware Windows application that keeps track of items copied to the clipboard, and allows old items to be copied back to the clipboard by selecting them. The software supports text, rich-text, HTML, and image clips, and supports previews. If desired, rich-text can be converted to plain text, and HTML code can be converted to rich-text or plain text.

Clips can be edited or deleted as desired (for images, only the picture name is editable). The entire list of clips may be exported to a rich-text file or printed. To save space or de-clutter the display, the preview area may be disabled as well as the clip dimensions (image dimensions or text length).

Storing and managing clips with PasteCopy.NET

PasteCopy.NET by default is displayed on top of other windows; this can be turned off if needed. Other options include changing the interface language, adding desktop and Quick Launch shortcuts, starting with Windows, and minimizing to the System Tray area of the Windows Taskbar.

Two versions of PasteCopy.NET are available - one with Unicode support that requires Windows 2000 and up, and one without that runs on Windows 98 and up. Note that the .NET framework 2.0 or above is required. The software may be downloaded at the following site:

* PasteCopy.NET

This tip was written regarding PasteCopy.NET v0.9.72 running on a Windows XP machine. Features, information, and screenshots for other versions / operating systems may vary.

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