Re: Windows Clipboard,

Victor Gouveia
 

Am I mistaken, or has Jaws not had this feature for a while?
 
I distinctly remember Eric demonstrating it on a What’s New podcast when Jonathan was still hosting them.
 
Victor
 

From: David Ferrin
Sent: Thursday, July 11, 2019 7:58 AM
To: jaws-users-list@groups.io
Subject: Re: [jaws-users] Windows Clipboard,
 
This is quite useful. I could see myself posting this on the server if it is all right with you. I await your answer as always.
 
From: david
Sent: Thursday, July 11, 2019 6:35 AM
To: jaws-users-list@groups.io
Subject: [jaws-users] Windows Clipboard,
 

 

Good morning;

thought some folks may be interested in this.

 

 

NOTE: The new clipboard features are available starting with Windows 10 October 2018 Update. If you have an

older version of Windows,

you cannot use the new clipboard. If the new clipboard features do not work on your PC, make sure that you enabled the Clipboard history, as shown in the

first section of this guide:

How to sync the Windows 10 clipboard with other computers and devices.

 

How to view the clipboard in Windows 10

 

In Windows 10 October 2018 Update, checking your

clipboard

contents is easy: press the Windows + V keys on your keyboard simultaneously, and you should get a window called Clipboard that lists all the items you

have copied to the clipboard. It should look similar to this:

 

The Clipboard window

The Clipboard window

 

All the items that you recently copied to the clipboard are listed vertically, starting from the most recent one at the top. If you want to see the older

clipboard items, scroll downwards in the Clipboard window.

 

The list of items in the Clipboard window

The list of items in the Clipboard window

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: The clipboard in Windows 10 only supports text, HTML code and images that are less than 1 MB in size. Any other type of content or content

that is larger than 1 MB is not saved into your clipboard, and there is no message telling you that.

 

How to paste the most recent item from the clipboard in Windows 10

 

If you want to paste the latest item that you sent to the clipboard, open the application in which you want to paste it, and press the Ctrl + V keys on

your keyboard. Usually, you can also do the same thing by right-clicking in that app window and then by choosing the Paste option from the contextual menu

displayed.

 

Pasting the last item from the clipboard

Pasting the last item from the clipboard

 

However, in Windows 10, you can also use the Clipboard window to paste the last item in it. Go to the window in which you want to paste it, press the Windows

+ V keys on your keyboard, and then click or tap the first element in the Clipboard window.

 

Pasting the last item from the clipboard, using the Clipboard window

Pasting the last item from the clipboard, using the Clipboard window

 

How to paste old items from the clipboard in Windows 10

 

If you want to paste older items from the clipboard, go to the app window in which you want to do that. Then, press the Windows + V keys on your keyboard,

and click or tap the item that you want to be pasted, from the Clipboard window.

 

Pasting older items from the clipboard

Pasting older items from the clipboard

 

How to pin items to the clipboard in Windows 10

 

Sometimes, you might have some information that you use often, and you want it to be easily accessible. A good example would be an address or a phone number

that you need to paste in multiple documents and at various times. In such a situation, the Windows 10 clipboard can be handy. You can copy that information

to your clipboard and then pin it, so that it is always available in the clipboard, even if you reboot your Windows 10 PC or clear the other contents of

the clipboard.

if your using jaws, and you want to pin an item,

1, windows-key+v=clipboard window,

2, now tab enter on,

more button,

now, use arrow key, you should see,

delete,

pin,

Clear-all.

 

hope this helps.

 

       The impossible is the untried,  Never under estimate the power of a dream.

 


David Ferrin
Marriage is the process of finding out what kind of man your wife would have preferred.

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