Menu: Edit > Edit Clipboard
Default Shortcut Key: none
Macro function: EditClipboard()
The Edit Clipboard command can be used to edit the content of the clipboard selected. The content of the clipboard is placed into an editing window and can be edited in all the same ways a file may be edited. When the text in the window is saved, it is written back to the clipboard. The Windows clipboard and any of Boxer's internal clipboards can be edited. The Windows clipboard is not eligible for editing if it contains non-text data.
The content of each clipboard is displayed in a popup window as the menu cursor is moved across the clipboard's menu entry. This makes it easy to check what's on a clipboard without pasting the content into a file or opening it for editing.
The content of Boxer's internal clipboards will be saved at the end of an edit session, as long as the length of the text on the clipboard is 2,048 characters or less. Because the content of the internal clipboards persists from session to session, and cannot be changed by other applications, these clipboards can be useful for storing frequently used text blocks for insertion into your files. The Edit Clipboard command might be used to create these text blocks and maintain them.