The clipboard is a seriously useful tool that not only makes it easy to insert images and other objects into documents, but also helps to save a great deal of time by making it possible to very quickly copy and paste text from one place to another. But the default clipboard built into Windows has one fairly serious limitation - it can only hold one object or text snippet at a time.
This is where Clipboard Master can help, making it possible to store multiple text snippets, files and images in memory at any one time ready to be pasted into folders or documents. This is obviously a very useful feature, but anyone who regularly uses the same text snippets - such as writers and coders - will enjoy the ability to organise your most frequently used objects in folders to make them easy to find and edit when required.
A series of keyboard shortcuts can be configured to make it possible to paste any of a number of clipboard objects into the current document or folder, but you also have the option of browsing through the Clipboard Master interface to choose what you are looking for.
Unlike the Windows clipboard, Clipboard Master can be used to copy and paste text both with and without formatting. As well as using keyboard shortcuts, multi-button mice can be configured to provide easy access to pasting options. There are a huge number of options to explore in Clipboard Master that can help to dramatically improve your workflow and make your more productive.
Version 4.5.6 brings these improvements (full changelog):
- Hotkeys to convert to upper/lower/proper case now works for file names and folder names selected in the Windows explorer
- Modifying text via a hotkey can now have several replacements, etc. E.g. replace all _ with space, and then convert all to proper case
- Dialog clipboard properties improved
- Done changes so that this version can read future file formats
- Minor improvements