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-====== What's "Paste As File" all about? ======+====== What's "PasteAsFile" all about? ======
  
-Quite simply, it's the **utility for Windows** you thought you didn't need, but when you use it, **you wonder how you managed before!** Please read all the content and join up!+Quite simply, it's the **utility for Windows** you thought you didn't need, but when you use it, **you wonder how you managed before!** Please read all the content and join up - it will save you hours of work! 
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 +Anything you **copy** onto your **Windows clipboard** can be **pasted** into a file in any folder. 
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 For the moment please just read the help file under the [[:pasteasfile:download|download paste as file]] For the moment please just read the help file under the [[:pasteasfile:download|download paste as file]]
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 **Paste as file** will create a file with anything that's copied onto the clipboard. **Paste as file** will create a file with anything that's copied onto the clipboard.
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 +[[What can you use PasteAsFile for]]?
  
 You can copy images[(PNG, JPG, plus many others)], text and web content and then easily paste it onto Windows Explorer. This will then create a file of that content. You can copy images[(PNG, JPG, plus many others)], text and web content and then easily paste it onto Windows Explorer. This will then create a file of that content.
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 === SEO ==== === SEO ====
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 === Research ==== === Research ====
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 === Images ==== === Images ====
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-=== DokuWiki ====+=== PDF Creation ====
    
-//DokuWiki is a simple to use and highly versatile Open Source wiki software that doesn't require a databaseIt is loved by users for its clean and readable syntaxThe ease of maintenance, backup and integration makes it an administrator's favorite. Built in access controls and authentication connectors make DokuWiki especially useful in the enterprise context and the large number of plugins contributed by its vibrant community allow for broad range of use cases beyond a traditional wiki.//+**Easy PDF Creation**Without using any tools you can hightlight, and copy any contentRight click and Select 'paste as file' in a folder, then paste the clipboard contents as PDF. This will convert the content at the same time to nice PDF file - including links!
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 Paste As File is useful for the following, along with a lot of other uses: Paste As File is useful for the following, along with a lot of other uses:
  
-  * **Research** - copy parts of web pages and easily paste into research folder as a collection of files - all formatted as html +  * **Research** - copy selected parts of web pages. Paste into your "research folderas a collection of files - all formatted as html and perfectly viewable in a browser. 
-  * **Saving snippets** - copy code snippets from website, source files or other places and paste directly into files for storage and more research. These can be **converted into many formats** including RTF, HTML, PDF, PNG, JPG, TXT, etc.+  * **Saving Snippets** - copy code snippets from websites, source files or other places. Create files with code snippets as you find them. These snippets can be **converted into many formats** including RTF, HTML, PDF, PNG, JPG, TXT, etc.
   * **Creating files** - break down content into separate files   * **Creating files** - break down content into separate files
-  * **Copying images** - copy an image from a web site and just paste it directly as file in your folder+  * **Copying images** - copy an image from a web site and just paste it directly as a graphic file in your folder
   * **Creating PDF files** - copy a section of a website for documentation and then just paste that as a PDF file in one operation   * **Creating PDF files** - copy a section of a website for documentation and then just paste that as a PDF file in one operation
   * //**Plus many many more uses...**//   * //**Plus many many more uses...**//