Thanks X16. That is usually my problem in that i get so focused on doing it one way that i fail to look at complete alternatives.
I added an extension to Chrome 'URL to Clipboard' that can load the URL's for every open tab onto the clipboard. Then i found another tool that can load the contents of clipboard to a Word Doc which i was able to set a hot key to activate.
So I jumped for both of them only to find that my 'preferred' method of storage (emailing it to myself) would not work
. The problem is I cannot get the word doc. attached to an email.
This is now sort of a "grudge match" that i am determined to make work even if I never use it again.
For what it is worth, the tools to read and use the contents of clipboard came from an obscure site named at this link: http://vb.mvps.org/tools/ConClip/
. There are a number of useful things that can be done with the pair in a very straightforward manner.
Such as getclip>URLs.doc to put the URLs in the clipboard into a word.doc