Take notes Office? Copy and Paste of Office documents
Where do we copy or cut the objects in the Office environment ?
One of the first features of Windows environments that are learned is the well-known Copy and Paste, you need to duplicate an object , copy a file , play a portion of text and so on. When an object is copied ( with Ctrl + C) or cut ( CTRL + X) ends in a particular area of memory that is called ” Notes” .
Even the Microsoft Office package has its own area of the clipboard. Let’s see how to use it better . First of all, to bring up the window that shows the contents of the Office Clipboard , you must go to Edit / Office Clipboard , as shown in the picture . If this command does not appear , it means that some menu items (those not used ) are hidden : to view them , click on the double arrow that appears at the bottom of the pop-up window . Looks like a new window on the right, within the usual Office task pane .
If you have copied and pasted some content , you can find it listed here . Clicking on the arrow that is next to the memo , you can choose whether to delete or paste from the clipboard.
At the bottom of the window clipboard , find the Options button.
Let’s see one by one . With the “Show Office Clipboard Automatically ” , the notes are automatically displayed when copying items . “Show Office Clipboard when you press CTRL + C twice ” allows you to bring up the clipboard with one keystroke . ” Collect Without Showing Office Clipboard ” stipulates that items are automatically copied to the clipboard in Office without displaying it in the window of the task pane . “Show Office Clipboard icon on the taskbar ” lets you view clipboard icon in the taskbar of Windows.
Finally “Show was next to the taskbar when copying ” is to be notified when some element is copied to the clipboard.
Where is the clipboard viewer ?
As in earlier operating systems, Windows provides a convenient tool that allows you to manage all those things that end up on the clipboard when you cut or copy it from within Windows or other applications . Unfortunately this tool is not at hand , as in the past , then you must start by launching a special command . Go to Start / Run, and in the command box type ” Clipbrd .”
Clearly , it is very inconvenient to have to enter it each time this command to enable the viewer . We see, therefore , how can we put this program in the Start menu . Click on Start / My Computer , and navigate to the folder that contains the operating system (usually “C :”). Go into the folder “Windows” and then in ” System32 ” . Here, look for the file ” Clipbrd “, then select it and drag the Start button . Automatically appear in this menu, the shortcut to the program , at the top.
Take notes will appear as a new window on the right, within the usual Office task pane . If you have copied and pasted some content , you can find it listed here . Clicking on the arrow that is next to the memo , you can choose whether to delete or paste from the clipboard.