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MS Word 2003 can store 24 items in its Clipboard and then paste all of them in the same order that you saved them (the last one saved pasted the last).
Why is this such a great function? Because it allows you to gather study and research materials from all kinds of different sources and then compile them within the same Word document for your easy reference and/or re-writing.
1) First of all, make sure your Task Pane is displaying by clicking Ctrl+F1
2) Then click the downward pointing little black triangle on the upper right of the Task Pane and select Clipboard to display the contents of your Clipboard.
3) Now go to any web site you want and select a certain text that interests you. Then copy it by pressing Ctrl+C
4) Next, open an Excel sheet and select any table you like. Then copy it by pressing Ctrl+C
5) Open any Word document you like and select any text of interest. Then copy it by pressing Ctrl+C
You can repeat this up to 24 clipboard items.
All these three items of interest from three different sources/application will be displayed in your Clipboard list.
6) Now, click the Paste All button on the Task Pane to have all of them pasted one after another in your Word document.
This powerful function to gather information from dissimilar sources and then display them all within the same Word document will open new research and writing possibilities for you. Y
You can use MS Word 2003’s 24-item clipboard to gather all your notes neatly into the same Word document thanks to the “Paste All” command.