Abc Clips can help users copy and store up to 500 different clips. These clips could be text or graphic. Hotkeys or macros could be assigned to the clips to directly activate and apply the clips. The whole thing could be protected from misuse by applying encryption. Access will be controlled by one password. It has quite a few nice features that make the tool very useful. These are auto-minimize after pasting, clearing the Windows clipboard, editing clips, reducing graphic clips, pasting your digital photos and editing and pasting screen shots. It also offers a screen capture program.
Capturing the entire screen is through the “printscreen” key. “Alt” & “printscreen” together helps capture application windows. Graphics could be captured from Word or Internet Explorer, right click on the graphic and click copy. There is a graphics editor available that will let you add text, and clip art as well as crop, re-size and rotate your screenshots.
This clip manager lets you paste graphic clips directly into Outlook and Windows Mail emails. Size of photo clips can be reduced as you paste them. This tool can store up to 500 different clips, text or graphic. As is typical of such programs, the clips are listed in a table. You can hover the mouse over such clips to get a preview of the same. A preview window lets you view the clip (text or image) very clearly before applying. When choosing a clip for applying to a document, you can simply move though the grids and get quick views to determine what you need.