N/APosted on - 08/30/2012
I was wondering if there is some clipboard command line utility available for Microsoft windows. If there is, then guide me regarding Microsoft windows get clipboard command line utility. Any kind of help would be appreciated.
For Microsoft windows get clipboard command line utility.
There are many ways of copying the DOS command output on to the clipboard. You can use the “>” or “>>” to save the output of the command on to a file [e.g. C:>DIR > sample.txt] then opening it later using the notepad. You can also use the Mark command on the contextual menu of the window, highlight the text to be copied then press Enter and you can then paste it on the notepad.
But there is a DOS utility program that is included in Microsoft Windows Server 2003 that works the same way and is compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista. You can download Microsoft Windows Server 2003 resource kit — DOS utility program. To know the complete instructions on how to use it, you may visit digital inspiration – tech à la carte — Copy Command Line Output to Windows Clipboard Directly.