Using the clip library
The clip library works like the standard clipboard but the text that
you copy is given a category and name so you can paste many different
To view the library, select Clip Library from the main View
The Clip Library window contains a tree that lists the categories
with child nodes showing the items. You can add new categories and items, edit
and delete items and paste the text into the current document. You can also
rename a new item by clicking on its name in the tree.
The tree is populated with data obtained from two files: a) ClipLib.ini
is a read-only library of standard clips and b) UserClips.ini is a
file that is created when you add a new clip or edit a standard clip.
[Note that if you delete a standard category or item then it will be restored
when you get your next upgrade.]
Right click on an existing category to create a new category.
Ctrl+Shift+V pastes the currently selected clip into the text.
You can also use this accelerator key when the library is not visible.
Linefeeds can be included in the paste. Also the paste can
include a special character (a centre dot) that represents the current
selection. This means that if you select some text then the paste will be
wrapped around the selection.
When you create a new item (or a new category and item) you
must provide the required names. Use the tab key to move from one edit box to