Clipboard Image Archiver Manual
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- If you donâ€™t have .NET 2.0 runtimes you need to download them from here and install. If you already have move to next step.
- Extract the downloaded file to a location of your choice to say â€˜C:\myfolderâ€™.
- Extract the 'ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib.dll' file from downloaded archive to the same folder (â€˜C:\myfolderâ€™).
- Double click on the 'ClipboardImageArchiver.exe' file. You will see the following screen. For now just click the minimize button ('-') on the top right of the dialog. You can move this screen around by dragging the bar on top of it.
- You should see a popup in bottom of the screen and a small icon showing text 'Zc'.
- Copy any image to clipboard. In IE you can right click an image and then click 'Copy'.
- Right click on the task bar icon. On the menu that comes up, click 'Paste'.
- You can change the format in which image is saved, using the 'Format' option in menu.
- Once you have pasted all images you need, you will want to get them as a zip archive or extract individual images.
- Again click on the taskbar icon, and select 'Settings'. This will bring up the screen in step 1. Select an existing zip file or create a new one say (C:\myfolder\newfile.zip). Press the extract button. Open the â€˜newfile.zipâ€™, you should see all images you pasted! SELECTING AN EXISTING ZIP FILE WILL DELETE ITâ€™S CONTENTS BEFORE WRITING OUTPUT.
- You can also choose to get individual images, by checking the 'Image Files' radio and selecting a directory to extract files.
- By default, â€˜data.datâ€™ file is used for archiving of images. You will find this file in 'C:\myfolder\'. If you want to get rid of old archived files, simple delete or rename(recommended) the â€˜data.datâ€™ file.
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