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Welcome to Tekzilla Daily I'm Veronica Belmont. How many times have you copied an important string of text but before you pasted it you forgot and copied something else? Well that will never happen again with this free Windows clipboard manager ditto located at ditto-cp.sourceforge.net. Ditto manages multiple strings of text for you to copy and paste anywhere ensuring that you’ll never accidentally overwrite anything in your clipboard ever again. Control C and Control V still work as normal but if you want to paste something you copied a while back, just select the text field you want to copy into, hit control until the – or click the icon in the system tray. This is where you’ll see all the text you’ve copied by the way. Images you’ve copied even show up as a thumbnail. Just double click any entry and it will be pasted into your previous window. But that’s only the tip of the ice burg.
Right click to those icons in the system tray, click options and you’ll discover tons of ways to use this little tool. You can set different hot keys for pasting the different entries in Ditto and you can even synchronize your clipboard across multiple computers. So keep all your text in order and copy and paste to your heart’s delight with ditto. Now if you have a tip or trick to share with the TZ audience, email us as firstname.lastname@example.org and don’t forget tekzilla.com it’s the place to find more tips, tricks, products reviews and how to’s.
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