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When ever something is copied or cut in Windows, the information is placed into special digital storage, called the clipboard.  Only one thing exists on the clipboard at a time, so when you cut or copy, it replaces what was on the clipboard earlier.  Only one thing exists on the clipboard, but it can be stored there in multiple formats (for example, text, html, and rich text).


Ultra Recall provides several mechanisms for importing clipboard data into Ultra Recall.


Note: When the computer is turned off, the clipboard is cleared, and the contents are lost forever.