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Use of the Clipboard

Although Wave Repair does not support generalised cut and paste, it can read and write fragments of WAV data to and from the Windows clipboard. It uses the standard format, which means that it can exchange data with other WAV file editors which conform to the standard.

Any selected section can be written to the Windows clipboard (subject to the limits imposed on the size of clipboard items by the various versions of Windows). What the other editor chooses to do with the data is of course up to it.

WAV data already in the Windows clipboard can be read by Wave Repair to replace samples in the loaded WAV file, but there is no operation to insert extra samples from the clipboard.