A Windows clipboard manager that relies on the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0., PasteCopy.NET saves dozens of text entries and images. PasteCopy.NET does offer some features not available in the competing M8 Free Clipboard, including the capability to convert RTF files to text and HTML files to either text or RTF. You can also print your list of saved items, save it as an RTF file, and create categories of saved items. Unfortunately, PasteCopy.NET has an unfinished feel. For example, rather than automatically place the copied item into the receiving document when you press paste, PasteCopy.NET requires you to do a little more legwork by placing the cursor where you want the selected item to appear, then pressing Ctrl+V. Also, some areas of the program's window went blank after we resized the preview window. The preview reverted to its original squeezed size as soon as we returned the cursor to the main window. Stability also suffered in our tests. While it may not be the best product in its class, PasteCopy.NET's multilanguage support may make it the preferable option for some.
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