Windows 10: How to Save Scans to Clipboard with Windows 10
How to Save Scans to Clipboard with Windows 10
After purchasing a new desktop with a Windows10 OS, the only way which I was able to successfully use my scanner was to employ a driver & scanner application from VueScan (VueScan 9x64.) Although the scanner application works fine, It requires that scans be saved to either a default location,such as, C:\Scans, or to some another location of my choice, such as, C:\Users\Peter\Pictures. Can anyone please advise me as to how, with my Windows 10 OS, I should address that save-to location if I were to save my scans to the Clipboard?
Clipboard on All Windows OS's including 10, is used as a temporary space for Copying or Cutting a text, document or picture prior to Pasting it. Documents in the Clipboard are removed at the next copied text or document overwrites it or the computer restarts. It is not a location to Store any information.
You can save your picture/document to your saved location, and then Copy it from there to put it into the Clipboard.
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