Handy clipboard history and notes storage. It is very easy to use: just press Ctrl+Mouse button or hotkey to view your clipboard history - it is so simple and fast! You can specify hotkey to any stored item and quickly paste it to active application.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:22
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
Personal Finances Pro 4.3 Personal Finances is a family budget planner and expenses and income manager for people on the go. Once installed on the USB flash drive, it enables family to plan budget and track expenses from any computer. Create budget that works well!
Personal Finances 4.3 Personal Finances is a freeware personal finance application that you can install on any USB flash drive. The application will help you keep track of earnings, expenses and help to keep a well-balanced budget to avoid the overspending.
Description: Handy clipboard history manager. Visual clipboard allows you to store clipboard content and paste selected item to any program. Quick notes storage holds permanent text items, here you can store frequent used text fragments. It is very easy to use: just press Ctrl+Mouse button or hotkey to view your clipboard history and choose item to paste - it is so simple and fast! You can specify hotkey to any stored item and quickly paste it to active application.
Visual Clipboard works with unicode text and ready for Windows Vista.
Visual Clipboard is the simplest clipboard history manager of all similar programs and can be installed to USB or U3 smart drive. Your clipboard history will be always at hand!
Visual Clipboard LE 1.6 Visual Clipboard is FREE, simple and quite useful clipboard manager. It is easy to use: just hold mouse button (or press Ctrl+Alt) to view/edit your clipboard history or choose
Visual Clipboard 2.2 Handy clipboard history manager. Just hold mouse button or press Ctrl+Alt to view/edit clipboard content. It is the simplest and fast clipboard manager. Handy clipboard history
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