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items from clipboard don't paste into my Office 2003 program

Postby Rm9ya3MgV0E » Sat, 27 Feb 2010 16:53:01 GMT

I can get items to copy into the clipboard.  But then I often cannot get 
those items to paste into an Office 2003 program ... Access, Outlook, Word 
... until I reboot.  This happens about twice a week.  I do a LOT of cut and 
paste in my work so I really use the clipboard feature.

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