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    How do you clear the cllp board?

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    Angry How do you clear the cllp board?
    I use Snow Lepord. How do I clear the clip board? When something is copied on to the clip board it seems to stay there and I cannot put anything else on it.
    Appreciate any input.
    Thanks,
    Al

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    How do you clear the cllp board?
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    So, for example, you select "abc" from a document and then Copy. Then you select "xyz" and Copy. Then you Paste, and you get "abc". Do I have that right?

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    How do you clear the cllp board?

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    You got in man, that is exactly what is happing.
    Al

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    How do you clear the cllp board?
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    Did you have a 3rd party clipboard app installed already when you upgraded to SL?

    If so, check for a SL update for that app or uninstall it.
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