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Abc Clipboard
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Abc Clips can copy and store up to 500 different clips, text or graphic. You can allocate hot keys or macros to clips and paste them directly from your keyboard. It also has a superb encryption system which allows you to sign in to all your web sites safely while only having to remember one master password. The variety of options includes, auto-minimize after pasting, clearing the Windows clipboard, editing clips, reducing graphic clips, pasting your digital photos and editing and pasting screen shots. Abc Clips is also an excellent screen capture program. To capture the entire screen, type Prt Scr. To capture just the active window, type Alt + Prt Scr. To capture graphics from Word or Internet Explorer, right click on the graphic and click copy. The graphics editor allows you to add text, and clip art as well as crop, re-size and rotate your screen shots. Unlike the standard Windows Clipboard, Abc Clips allows you to paste graphic clips directly into Outlook and Windows Mail emails. You can even have it automatically reduce the size of photo clips as it pastes. Abc Clips Clipboard manager is free and runs in all versions of Windows from XP to 8.
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Connie Just discovered this enleclext discussion! Seems incredulous that there isn't a simple way to do referenced notes on selections in a PDF. A simple workflow for me (as others have suggested) would be: highlight text in a PDF; add a small note associated with that text; export all annotations for the PDF in a format that lists sequentially: Document title, page number, each highlighted text followed by its note. Perhaps a programmer could tell us why this is difficult. Understandably text in the PDF format may not be easily addressable in a linear way (eg. in multi-column docs, and where graphics interrupts the text, etc.), but I would settle for being able to do this on the Mac in any standard text-only format epub, RTF, Pages, Word, even ASCII. Anyone know of a way to accomplish the above workflow on a Mac, in any way, shape, or form?Thanks Aleh, et al.- John 02.10.15
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