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That doesn't seem to work from the Explorer address bar in Windows 10. It just opens the default browser and searches for "dir | c:\windows\system32\clip" - and to make matters worse, it searches with Bing!
I guess I should be grateful that they're honouring my default browser, even if they're going to ignore my default search engine.
"These people looked deep within my soul and assigned me a number based on the order in which I joined." - Homer
1. Open folder in Explorer
2. Take screen shot
3. Open Paint
4. Paste Screen shot
5. Print image
6. Scan printed paper using a flatbed scanner
7. Run scanner's OCR software to convert to text
8. Save text to floppy disk
9. Take digital photo of floppy disk
10. Email digital photo to recipient
I believe the problem is that you should be using MS Excel for this type of stuff.
I'm pretty sure the Excel Database handles this properly.
It will also allow you to turn the output into a web page which is perfect for emailing to your friends.