Only copied text and images are stored in the clipboard. If you copy a file, only information about the file is stored, not the file itself.
Once you clicked "Copy Sharing URL," you'll see a notification that your link has been copied to your clipboard. Now you're ready to paste the link into an email or into a web browser to share with your students. To paste it, open an email or google classroom, right click and select "paste".
You can cut or copy text, hyperlinks, images, and other content. Press Windows+V keys together to open the Clipdiary clipboard viewer. Here you can see the clipboard history and easily copy the items back to the clipboard or paste it to any application when needed.
To quickly copy selected text or images to the clipboard, use hotkeys Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Insert. These hotkeys work in all Windows programs. Alternatively, you can invoke a pop-up menu by right-clicking on the selected text, and then click Copy.
The clipboard is not visible nor is is accessible by you other than to paste content from it - into anywhere that the Paste feature will work. It hold whatever you have copied and works behind the scenes until you need to paste the content that it is holding for you - text, photo, Web page, etc.
How to Retrieve Items on Your Clipboard for Android
Steps to save a clipboard image as a JPG or PNG file: Press the 'S' key on your keyboard. Navigate to the image you want to save as JPG or PNG. After locating the image, click the 'New” button in the Snipping Tool app. If the image is stored on your computer, open it in photos first.
For example, if you're taking a screenshot of a part of your Mac's screen, first use the Command+Shift+4 keyboard combination to enter the screenshot mode. Then, press and hold the Cntl key while you select the part of the screen that you want to capture. The captured screenshot is now in your clipboard.
Press “Windows + Shift + S”. Your screen will appear grayed out and your mouse cursor will change. Click and drag on your screen to select the part of your screen you want to capture. A screenshot of the screen region you selected will be copied to your clipboard.
Long-press on a word and tap “Copy” or take a screenshot to copy something to your Android clipboard. Your copied text or image won't be stored in the clipboard forever, though. If you don't paste it immediately, it will be erased from the memory after a short while or when you copy another piece of text.
The Clipboard task pane holds many of the last images and text you copied or cut. Note: You can still do simple cut, copy, and paste the way you're used to, either by using the buttons on the ribbon or the keyboard shortcuts CTRL+X (Cut), CTRL+C (Copy), or CTRL+V (Paste).
0:001:43Select an object that you want to cut and paste someplace. Else after you choose the object. ClickMoreSelect an object that you want to cut and paste someplace. Else after you choose the object. Click on the scissor icon on the clipboard panel located on the top right hand side of the workspace.