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Windows 2000 Secrets and Tips by Zac

Zac is one-half of the team that brings the Village to you.
He has become the county's Windows 2000 resident guru, and will be sharing some of his hard-earned knowledge with us all.

His column is updated every weekday, or thereabouts, so check back often for new secrets and tips.


Adding a Scrap to Your Desktop

You can keep the contents of the clipboard on your desktop for later reference by creating what is called a scrap.

Though this name implies something cheap, frayed, and disposable, the scraps you create on your desktop could very well be among the most valuable bits of data on your computer.

You can recognize a scrap by its icon: It looks like a document file except for a torn edge along the bottom.

You can create a scrap in a couple of ways. If you have material copied to the clipboard, you can right-click on the desktop and select Paste to create a scrap containing the clipboard information.

The other way to create a scrap is to select data and drag it to the desktop in any program that supports Microsoft's OLE (Object Linking and Embedding) standard.


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Do you have some Windows 2000 tips or secrets to share or have a question?

You can Write to Zac!.

Include your first initial and last name and put the word WIN2000 in the subject.

I'll try to use your contribution in a future column.

(Please note that these columns are written several weeks in advance so publishing it will be delayed accordingly.)


A NEW Windows with all its tweaks.

Ain't if FUN!!!!!!

There's also some secrets and tips for Windows 98 and Windows 95.

Zac


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