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Clipboard backup (Visual C++)

By , 20 Sep 2005
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This piece of code is to help you backup your clipboard data and restore it after you have finished other clipboard operations.

My experience: while I'm developing Word add-in programs, the icon of the new-added button can only be set through clipboard by "...->PasteFace()". This will empty the clipboard data which is going to be pasted in Word. So, I wrote this class, and it helped me a lot.


  // the constructor will do backup clipboard operation
  CClipboardBackup cbbackup;
  // any other clipboard operations
  // restore


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