Windows Explorer allows you to cut, copy and paste files. However, whilst it uses the
clipboard to do this, the file information is not made generally accessible as a custom
clipboard is used. Often it's useful to be able to paste a file name as text: for example,
into a file name field in an application or into a batch or text file which can be used
for batch renaming or other automated tasks. This utility allows for this by monitoring the clipboard
and creating text entries for any files which appear on the clipboard.
Last Updated: 23 August 2003