Category Archives: Fundamentals

Clipboard from the keyboard

I run into a lot of cases where you can select some content, like error message text, but you have no menu – even a right-click context menu – for cut, copy, and paste to capture the information to use … Continue reading

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Windows cut, copy, and paste

A Windows clipboard can be thought of as a holding place for something that exists on your system. For example, it can hold a snippet of text, the names of on or more files, or a graphic image like a … Continue reading

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