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"Floyd (Eddie) Whetzel, Jr." <floyd@whetzel.com>
Sun, 01 Dec 1996 00:53:11 -0500
On Sun, 24 Nov 1996 11:26:12 -0500 (EST), bc151@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Ken
Fisler) wrote

>In most windowed environments (e.g. Win 3.x, Windows 95, the X
>Window System used in Unices) you can use your mouse to "select"
>text from one application and "paste" it into another.  <snip>

Also keep in mind that in the Windows 3.x, 95, and NT environments you can
press <alt><printscreen> together to copy a screen print to the clipboard
and then paste the clipboard into your editor.  You can save it and print
it, but you cannot edit it.  This has saved me several times when the normal
drag/copy/paste doesn't work.

Enjoy <smile>!

    Floyd "Eddie" Whetzel, Jr. <> mailto:floyd@whetzel.com
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