clipboard

A Windows accessory that holds the most recently cut or copied object from an application, ready to be pasted into the same, or a different application. Data is transferred to the Clipboard by using an application's Copy or Cut command, and data is inserted from the Clipboard by using the application's Paste command. Clipboard Viewer can be used to … ...

Clipboard

Available on sets featuring two tuners, the clipboard feature, when selected will split the screen in two, pausing the current picture on the right hand side while the programme continues uninterrupted on the left of the screen. Ideal for making a note of an address or even a recipe

Clipboard

A clipboard is a thin, rigid board with a clip at the top for holding paper in place. A clipboard is typically used to support paper with one hand while writing on it with the other, especially when other writing surfaces are not available. Another use that was typical before the era of personal computers (which brought about word processing and c...
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clipboard

noun a small writing board with a clip at the top for holding papers
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Clipboard

[computing] The clipboard is a software facility used for short-term data storage and/or data transfer between documents or applications, via copy and paste operations. It is most commonly a part of a GUI environment and is usually implemented as an anonymous, temporary data buffer that can be accessed from most or all programs within the e...
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Clipboard

A number of files stored in RAM or on the hard drive that contains information that is being transferred between programs.
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Clipboard

A section of a computer's memory where you can temporarily copy chunks of text, data, graphics, or pictures. Once in the clipboard, the item can be pasted into another part of a document, or transferred to any other application. The clipboard normally holds one object at a time.
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Clipboard

A temporary data (text and graphics) storage facility used when transferring data to a new location.
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Clipboard

A temporary holding place in RAM for what you last cut or copied.
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Clipboard

An area of memory used to temporarily store selection pixels that is accessed using the cut, copy, and paste commands.
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Clipboard

The place where Windows stores material which has been cut or copied.
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Clipboard

This clipboard function is available on TVs that feature two tuners. When the clipboard is selected, the screen is split into two sections. The current picture is frozen on the right-hand side while the programme continues uninterrupted on the left section of the screen. This is an ideal feature for making a note of an address, phone number or even...
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clipboard

[n] - a small writing board with a clip at the top for holding papers
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