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Author Topic: Clipboard Help+Spell gets mentioned in www.pcworld.com  (Read 1780 times)

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Clipboard Help+Spell gets mentioned in www.pcworld.com
« on: January 02, 2008, 05:57:19 AM »
PC World - Three Apps' New Approaches to Old Standbys
"Expand Clipboard's Memory

The Windows Clipboard is just a short-term holding tank; make your snips more hip with Clipboard Help+Spell. When running, this powerful freebie automatically stores all the text copied to your Clipboard, turning it into a huge searchable database.

Clipboard Help+Spell marks every entry with the date, and it lets you sort the entries into groups. The Quick Filter function searches for entries containing the words you specify.

Other functions make Clipboard Help+Spell even more useful. For example, you can type directly into Clipboard Help+Spell and then press a button to paste the text into the last open window of any program that accepts text. And as you might guess, it checks spelling.

Clipboard Help+Spell costs nothing to use, but the author--known as Mouser of DonationCoder.com--accepts donations for his work. Free/donationware."
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