This easy-to-use application extends the functionality of the Windows Clipboard but lacks a few features we'd like to see.
Offering quick access to copied items, ClipClipper's small, no-frills interface displays a simple list of copied items. The program automatically captures and stores unlimited Clipboard data but retains minimal formatting. You'll find options for editing, sorting, and protecting clips from deletion. You also can create and save any commonly used text or phrases and organize them into categories for easier access, though the ability to assign hot keys to stored clips would be nice. To insert clips, just click one and use the traditional paste method. What's more, you'll be able to copy or move clips between groups, sort group lists, and change the default font for entries. ClipClipper stays on top, so it's easier to move between the application and windows you're working in.
The program captured copied text easily, but it couldn't store images like similar clipboard programs. Overall, this 21-day trial is easy to use and may work well for anyone who does a lot of repetitive typing.