Have you ever cut and paste several times in rapid succession and accidentally cut twice in a row without pasting? Unfortunately, now you've lost some of your work! Or maybe you copy and pasted something an hour ago and realize you would like to use the same text in your current work. In a newer version of Windows 10, Microsoft has implemented a clipboard history. Clipboard history has a record of everything you have cut or copied since the last time you rebooted your computer.
Clipboard history is disabled by default, but you can easily enable it. Simply go to a Word document and press the Windows Key + v. The Windows Key is found on the bottom-left of your keyboard, between Ctrl and Alt. If you haven’t enabled clipboard history or haven’t copied anything to your clipboard since enabling it, you’ll see a message telling you that you either need to enable the feature or copy something before continuing. If you have previously enabled it, you will be able to see all the items you copied or cut and can paste them again. Currently, this clipboard history supports text, HTML, and images less than 4MB in size. Larger items you copy will not be stored in the history.