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I would like to have a batch file that will execute a command and send its output to the clipboard.  Is there any way to do this?
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jmiller47 earned 300 total points
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The tool you need to do this is clip and is located on the Windows 2000 Resource Kit tools CDROM.


Clip

{command} | clip
clip < {file}

Place the command output file / specified file contents on the system clipboard.
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What if I don't have access to that cd?
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nevermind, found the download.  Looks like you get an easy 100 points.  Happy birthday.
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