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How do I get to the clipboard that my kindle fire automatically saves everything to? I can't figure out where it is and I need to see what all has been saved to the clipboard. I know a couple of things I wanted to share on Facebook...but have no idea. HELP.Hwhere my clipboard is. PLEASE.

asked Feb 21 '12 at 06:13

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Hey there. Here is our article on how to copy and paste text and images on the Kindle Fire.

http://www.groovypost.com/howto/copy-paste-kindle-fire/

The clipboard works like it does in Windows, you copy your text, then paste it right away...with only one copy on the board per task.

There is also an app you can download from the Kindle Fire App Store called Cachenote. It lets you copy multiple items to a list. It's free. Only has a two star rating, but I haven't tried it. Hopefully someone else here has tried it and can offer their opinion.

http://www.amazon.com/Mobience-Inc-CacheNote/dp/B005HQEOHC/ref=sr_1_1?s=mobile-apps&ie=UTF8&qid=1329833928&sr=1-1

Hope this helps

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answered Feb 21 '12 at 09:21

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No, it does not help. Sorry! I need to know how to get to my clipboard, not how to copy and paste to it. I already know that. I cannot find my clipboard on any files on my Kindle Fire. Does anyone know how to find the clipboard?? It may be virtual but either way, I need to know how to get to the clipboard. PLEASE RESPOND!

(Feb 21 '12 at 16:50) Phylis49 Phylis49's gravatar image

The clipboard is virtual. After you receive the "text copied to clipboard", go to wherever you wish to paste, then hold down finger for a second or to and you will be prompted to 'paste''. You're finished. If you're looking for a file that has the cut texts on it, forget it, it doesn't exist.

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answered Mar 28 '12 at 16:47

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I found out there is no clipboard on the kindle fire. When the Kindle Fire says "copied to clipboard" it is like saying "copied". Afterwards you go over to your notes pad, click the menue tab, select Add Note, select Text, Tap a place on that page, there will be prompts that will come up. Select paste and all theat you highlated from whereever will paste on this page, then simply tap the disk at the top left of the page and it will save your page or your information. always willing to help, 1 of Gods girlz

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answered Aug 25 '12 at 01:32

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