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In my C# .net desktop application i want to copy text from a text file and want to paste that text into a notepad or MS Word or Word pad .
 
i use
string.Copy(String str);
to copy the text of that Text file but when open a MS Word or Note Pad or Word Pad ,nothing to be pasted .
 
how to paste one text into MS Word or Note Pad or Word Pad from VS Test Box ?
Posted 9-Nov-12 21:20pm
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Solution 1

Use below code
 
Clipboard.SetText(txtClipboard.Text);
 
Also refer Clipboard Copy and Paste with C#[^]
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krushna chandra jena at 10-Nov-12 2:49am
   
Thank You very much
shanalalkasim at 10-Nov-12 2:52am
   
Welcome
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Solution 2

You just need to write the string into text file and store it at desired path. Suppose your data is in string strValue:
string strValue = "your data";
 
FileStream fs = new FileStream("D:\\test.txt", FileMode.OpenOrCreate, FileAccess.Write);
StreamWriter sw = new StreamWriter(fs);
sw.BaseStream.Seek(0, SeekOrigin.End);
sw.WriteLine(strValue);
sw.Flush();
sw.Close();
this will create a file test.txt in your D drive if it doesn't exist. otherwise it will append. if u don't want to append and create new file everytime, you can just delete before writing.
if (File.Exists("D:\\test.txt");
	File.Delete("D:\\test.txt");
 
Inclue System.IO namespace.
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