kunkel321 Posted March 5, 2009 Report Share Posted March 5, 2009 Sheesh. It seems like I used to be really good at writing macros, now I can hardly accomplish anything!!! I've got a macro that inserts some date and time info via pasting from variables. (Note that Text Typing them in isn't an option, must use paste--see other topic of mine). Under certain circumstances I want to first select and copy the content of an email message, then paste said content into my notes after the date and time stamp. So what I need to do, is *store* the "real" contents of the clipboard so that they are not lost when that are over-written by the date and time info by my macro. Logical thing is to have a text variable %txtClipBrdHolder% and move the content of the Windows clipbord there at the begining of the macro, then retrieve it at the end. ... FOr the life of me I can't see how to do this. Am I just missing it; or is there another way to accomplish this?? I found how to write the clipboard contents to an .ini file, but that is too slow.... Ideas? Thanks -steve Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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