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honey bee's avatar - animaniacs40
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Posted: January 15, 2007, 9:34 am - IP Logged

Where do you fine the clipboard at after you done copy something

to it http://www.douban.com/icon/u1108361.jpg

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    Posted: January 15, 2007, 9:51 am - IP Logged

    Where do you fine the clipboard at after you done copy something

    to it http://www.douban.com/icon/u1108361.jpg

    Here a a couple links:

    http://readplease.phpwebhosting.com/htmlframedseppage/windowsclipboardtutorial.htm

    http://www.worldstart.com/tips/tips.php/868 

      honey bee's avatar - animaniacs40
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      Posted: January 15, 2007, 9:59 am - IP Logged

      Here a a couple links:

      http://readplease.phpwebhosting.com/htmlframedseppage/windowsclipboardtutorial.htm

      http://www.worldstart.com/tips/tips.php/868 

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        Posted: January 15, 2007, 12:06 pm - IP Logged

        Not sure if this is what your looking for Honey Bee but if I copy something, when I open where I want to copy to , reply to message or notepad or whatever, I click paste and it will show up once I click paste. Sometimes it will ask if I want to allow access and I click OK.

         

         Good Luck,

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          Posted: January 15, 2007, 3:04 pm - IP Logged

          The "clipboard" is nothing but an area in memory (inside your computer) set aside to temporarily hold data/content/information so you can transfer it from one place to another.

          You never "see" the clipboard, which is one of the reasons why some people have a hard time understanding what it is.

          The reason the clipboard exists is to make it easy to exchange data between programs.  Without a clipboard, the only way to exchange data between programs would be to save the data to a file, and the load the file in the other program.  Such a process would not even be possible if you want to transfer data between web pages.

          So instead of saving the data to a file, you're saving it to an area of computer memory (called the "clipboard"), and then loading it from that area of memory into another page or program.

          When you save something to the clipboard (the memory location in your PC), that's called "Copy" or "Cut".  When you load something from the clipboard, that's called "Paste".

           

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            honey bee's avatar - animaniacs40
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            Posted: January 16, 2007, 8:36 am - IP Logged

            Not sure if this is what your looking for Honey Bee but if I copy something, when I open where I want to copy to , reply to message or notepad or whatever, I click paste and it will show up once I click paste. Sometimes it will ask if I want to allow access and I click OK.

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              honey bee's avatar - animaniacs40
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              Posted: January 16, 2007, 8:40 am - IP Logged

              The "clipboard" is nothing but an area in memory (inside your computer) set aside to temporarily hold data/content/information so you can transfer it from one place to another.

              You never "see" the clipboard, which is one of the reasons why some people have a hard time understanding what it is.

              The reason the clipboard exists is to make it easy to exchange data between programs.  Without a clipboard, the only way to exchange data between programs would be to save the data to a file, and the load the file in the other program.  Such a process would not even be possible if you want to transfer data between web pages.

              So instead of saving the data to a file, you're saving it to an area of computer memory (called the "clipboard"), and then loading it from that area of memory into another page or program.

              When you save something to the clipboard (the memory location in your PC), that's called "Copy" or "Cut".  When you load something from the clipboard, that's called "Paste".