Do you mean, any freestanding application that will accumulate all your clips into a single file, so you can eventually transfer the whole en masse to your main program?
That would work if it copied images, which due to formatting issues (multiple text lines) can save time when you have about 100 (stripping html tags does too much), but even quicker would be a wordpro that would paste whatever
is copied to the clipbosrd into the open doc., which is also auto saved and can be printed, all of which as the aforementioned TextShield does. But for me under W/8.1 64 bit (with compatibly set for XP), sometimes it will keep on pasting the last copied item if left alone for a while. I actually contacted the developer of that, but he created it as a teenager and could not help much with it. He did let me host the file
in case any anyone wants to try it (see Tools>AutoPaste),
I suggested an extension to OpenOffice but that has seen no response. I guess few have a use for a autopaste feature.
Probably better now, install something like one of the NoteTab editors, which can be set to define a file as a "clipboard catcher" paste board.
Did a search on freeware notetab, and found it
, and among its impressive list of features, is,
"A document can be configured to capture text that is cut or copied to the Windows Clipboard from any application. Choose "Document | Use as Paste Board" to enable this behavior. Press F1 for more information about this tip."
However, while it does autopaste text (i had to close Clipboard Help+Spell), it does not paste images copied to the clipboard.
There is another app called Pasteboard
2.1 but that only does text.
Thanks for taking an interest and trying to help.