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How to paste previously copied text from clipboard

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Nareshm

Its possible to past previously copied text to somewhere with autoit script ?
If yes, How it ?
example : Before I copied ABCD from excel file and then copied the PQRS, how to past the previously copied ABCD ?
i Copied random text every time so how can i past only previously copied text.

Please give notepad example

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Jos

@Nareshm,

Could you please stop begging for code and start showing some code you have tried that doesn't work or needs to be completed?

Thanks,
Jos


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Nareshm
4 minutes ago, Jos said:

@Nareshm,

Could you please stop begging for code and start showing some code you have tried that doesn't work or needs to be completed?

Thanks,
Jos

@Jos
I tried but every time i am fail, I am finished i can't try more

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Nareshm
1 minute ago, Jos said:

try harder and share what your have tried that doesn't work in stead of asking for code!

Jos

Sure Sir @Jos
i wil try but if i fail you can help me ?

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That's what this forum is for. But first you need to show some effort yourself!


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