Some windows controls such as list box, combo box, tree view, list view do not have a command to copy their text, this software will help you to copy then easily, simply drag the "FindTool" icon and hover it on the target text area, that's all!
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:15
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Divx Player 2.0 Divx Player is a free software that allows you to see divx video file on your PC. It finds for you best divx codec if you don't have on your machine and then allow you to see divx video easily on your PC
Smart FTP Client 2.0 Smart Ftp Client allow you to upload your files using an intuitive interface, this freeware has a simple installation's program and it is useful if you want to store file in remote folders using the FTP protocol.
Description: Some windows controls such as list box, combo box, tree view, list view do not have a command to copy their text, this software will help you to copy then easily, simply drag the "FindTool" icon and hover it on the target text area, then you'll find the text will show in the software's edit control. Even more, the software can capture the text from Internet Explorer, which will be useful when the IE do not allow you to copy the text.
Clipboard Editor Software 7.0 This software offers a solution to users who want to edit clipboard text. With this software, you can remove or replace user-specified characters, spaces, enters, tabs, add
Sudoku Assistant 1.00 Sudoku Assistant provides you with a computerized Sudoku board that frees you from the mundane task of tracking which candidates are possible in each box and enables you to
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