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And don't use the clipboard to pass data internally in your program. It's very bad style; suppose, for instance, the user had text already on the clipboard that he'd copied from a browser window with the intention of pasting it later into a Word document. Don't you think that user is going to be a little irritated to find the text he'd placed there is overwritten with something your program did internally, without user consent? 


In my application, we can assume that user won't be doing Copy-Paste.

Let me briefly describe my applcation

My program will be running in background with a icon residing in notification area. Based on user signal, I need to process some information without prompting user for it and paste it in word document. The information required has already been pre-processed. User should press a short cut key and pre-processed information should get pasted at the current cursor position of MS word.

I tried sending WM_PASTE to notepad first because it seemed much simpler than operating with MS word.

Can you please suggest some alternate routes for pasting information to word document from win32 program?

Really appreciate your help.

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