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mrolympia990

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Can't believe I have to ask this but my stress level indicates I must. :whistling: I have a new dell laptop inspiron1300 XP system. I'm copying to clipboard but then can't find clipboard from there. This was never a problem for me and it's frustrating me beyond words! Where do I find clipboard so I can paste my material?

Thanks much!

Ken
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lorothrigs

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The clipboard is invisible. To access what you copied hit [Ctrl] + [V] or Right Click with your mouse in a textbox and hit Paste.

Hope this helps :whistling:
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The Office clipboard can be found in Word, edit, office clipboard
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That is TOO funny! I guess it really has been THAT long since I'd ever used that function! Thank you very much for kickstarting my brain!!! It's awfully frustrating to be in the middle of higher level functions and then be stopped by something as simple as this. But it did!

Thanks again!

Ken
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