Please?I accidetally saved a lot of work to it :(Thanks!
Start, Run, type%windir%\system32\clipbrd.exeand click OK. In the Clipboard Viewer, Edit > Delete.
Or use click here
Seems a bit drastic...:-)
stuartl/VogI tried suggestions that you both made and error message stopped me???????XP Home laptop
What was the error message?
I've just tried typing in Clipbrd and it works for me - in fact I also tried it before posting; I had always assumed that a new Copy and Paste cleared what was already on the Clipboard, despite XP's version having greater capacity.
does that not clear the Clipboard
Many thanks- have cleared it now!
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