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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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 === PDF Creation ==== === PDF Creation ====
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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...**//