[SC-Help] Re: Addition Info On Anon Solution To Hotmail
h9vzc2i02 at sneakemail.com
Mon Apr 26 16:19:23 EDT 2004
"marvo" <marvonospam at spamcop.net> wrote in message
news:c6iv0u$ksk$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> I will appreciate the info for a clipboard viewer.
Here it is - post back if you have any problems.
Here is a shortcut to the clipboard that stays in your tray.
This shortcut will let you see if the "stuff" you are copying REALLY is
saved ready for you to paste. I use it all the time as there are times I
either forgot to "copy" (go through the steps) or the computer WILL NOT send
the information to the clipboard for some internal reason.
This is a very simple method of making a shortcut that is easy to get to.
1.Press the "Windows" key on the keyboard (it is the one with the windows
"flag" on it (second key from the left on the bottom row of the keyboard)
and the "f" key.
2.Type "Clipbrd.exe" (without quotes NOTE SPELLING) in the "Named" window.
Be sure that the "Look in" window says "(C:)" at the end of the disk name
not "documents" or something else.
3. If it does not say (C:), put the mouse pointer on the triangle at the
end of the window, click and highlight the hard drive icon that ends with
xxxx (C:), click the mouse button to select it.
4. Click <find now>
5.When the Clipbrd.exe file is found, put the mouse pointer on it and drag
it to the tray, I put it in the space between the first and second icons
next to the start button. When you let up on the mouse button, you will see
an icon that looks like a clipboard.
When you click on that icon, a window open showing the contents of the
special storage area that the computer keeps stuff you want to copy
Highlight something in a document (this e-mail for instance) and press the
Ctrl and c keys. Now click on the clipboard icon and SURPRISE there it is
ready to copy somewhere.
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