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Clipboard Viewer

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aries7

Guest
#1
Does anyone know how to access the clipboard viewer in XP? It used to be listed under accessories and system tools in ME but not there in XP!
 
M

max

Guest
#2
Hi,

It is located in C:\windows\system32 directory

Look for the file name Clipbrd.exe

Then you will need to make a shortcut to it were ever you want it

I put mine under system tools
 
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aries7

Guest
#3
Clipboard

Thanks Max, I will check it out!! Larry I figured out how to create the shortcut and I have it on my desktop but can you tell me how to get it into system tools?
 

Khayman

I'm sorry Hal...
Political User
#5
copy the shorcut (ctrl-c or right click then copy) then right click on the start button click open then navigate programs -> accessories - > system tools then paste it in there
 
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aries7

Guest
#6
Clipboard

I right clicked start, went to programs then accessories but system tools is not shown in the accessories folder, even though it is shown when I left click start, then programs, and accessories! Why would it display it but not show it in the accessories folder?
 
I

insaNity

Guest
#8
Easiest way to get a shortcut from the desktop to the start-menu is to just drag and drop. If you hover over the button for 2 secs it will open.
 
A

aries7

Guest
#9
Clipboard

I tried "open all users" and it worked, it showed the system tools file! I also tried the drag and drop by hovering over the start button and that worked as well! Great advice from both of you and thanks, I love this site so far!!!!! Larry
 
I

insaNity

Guest
#10
Yeah it's a good site and it's building a good reputation.
Free tech support better than the real thing! It's always a good feeling to help others also.
Anyway, welcome to the forums. Hope to see you around in the near future. :)
 
L

lelu

Guest
#11
I use Netscape Composer, it can be open from the IE 6 toolbar.
Composer also has a spell check, besides all the other things you can do on it.
I've never seen a need for Windows clipboard viewer.
 
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lelu

Guest
#13
Originally posted by dealer
lulu, I never heard of that netscape composer, tell me how to load it, and how you personally use the gui...(brief tutorial please)
dealer:

You can get it Here

See my attachment if it works....
 
L

lelu

Guest
#17
Originally posted by Outback2k1
Netscrape? Eeeeeeew...

And what has that got to do with a Clipboard viewer, anyway??
It will do all clipboard does plus much more.........."anyway".

:D
 
#20
Originally posted by lelu


If you can't see the difference you must not have used Composer.:D
Note the use of the phrase "Netscrape".

Do you think I've used Composer? Do you think I want to? :rolleyes:

PS. Dont take this as an argument...I'm just playin around with ya. :p
 

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