I regularly copy and paste text between spreadsheets, emails, browser windows, etc. I can't think of a single time when I've wanted to keep the formatting from the source text. I already know about ...
In Visual Studio, I can cycle through my clipboard history by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+V rather than CTRL+V. I believe it's called a clipboard ring. But that feature doesn't seem to exist outside of Visual ...
I don't know why, but I hate pressing ctrl+v and getting ^V in the powershell and cmd windows. I always do it and then I have to back space it, out find my mouse, then right click, and select paste. ...
Is there a way to change the Ctrl+V command in OpenOffice.org Calc to paste unformatted text? There is Ctrl + Shift + V, which puts up a dialog. But that is too much work. I just want to change the ...
Having a chunk of text selected in Vim's visual mode, I'd like to copy that to the system's clipboard (be it the primary or X11's). Is there an easy solution for this? Obviously, a simple y doesn't do ...
I am wanting to be able to copy cells in a worksheet and paste them elsewhere in the same worksheet while maintaining the original formatting. I also want to be able to paste into Word and Outlook ...