How to copy more than 1 piece of text at a time

If you haven't discovered Clipboard History yet, then please, for your own sake learn this ultra-quick tech tip you will use DAILY.
04.12.23 Charles Griffiths

Access your Clipboard History by hitting the Windows Key + V (the first time you use it you’ll have to enable it, then it’s on for good!)

Because how many times do you have to flit from one document to another when it comes to copying and pasting certain bits of text or images?

It’s frustrating and time-consuming until you discover Clipboard History for Windows. This is a powerful tool that allows you to keep track of everything you’ve copied and easily access your previously copied items.

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