13048Re: [NTB] Clips
- Mar 1, 2002
> I guess the questions is...are they actually incorporated into thedocument you are typing? Maybe by means of copying and pasting, or ???
>to use as utilities so that you don't have to exit the program while you are
> Or are they simply there so you can have them on the side of your screen
typing something up?
I would say the answer is no .... *grin*
When you make a clip it is saved on your machine as a "utility" macro that
can be used to do something. There is nothing embedded into your document
per se. A person receiving the file doesn't get the clip because you used a
clip to make it.
This is different, for example, then Microsoft macro's which can be embedded
in documents ... resulting in a hackers dream ... because when you open the
file the macro can fire.
Where you might get confused is that a clip can by typed out and if I give
you the clip you can copy it to the clipboard and make it into a clip on
I hope that helps.
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