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Michael S

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  1. Mlchiel H, What I am trying to do is something that is known in the PC world as "powerpaste". I have an Excel worksheet with multiple columns of information (each representing a different fund) with each row representing a different day. So I use Alfred to copy each of the 6 fund values for a given day to its clipboard. Column A in the Excel worksheet has the day's date. I then use Alfred to paste the value for the first fund into Column B. Then I move my cursor over to Column E where I use Alfred to paste the value for the second fund. Then I move my cursor over to Column H where I use Alfred to paste the value for the third fund. Then I move my cursor over to Column K where I use Alfred to paste the value for the fourth fund. Then I move my cursor over to Column N where I use Alfred to paste the value for the fifth fund. Finally, I move my cursor over to Column Q where I use Alfred to paste the aggregate value for the fund in total. On my PC, using a series of key presses with a different product, I could leave my clipboard manager displayed and then paste each of the six values, using a key press, one right after the other, as I moved my cursor from cell to cell. I might be able to do this with Alfred except that each time I display the contents of its clipboard and paste a value, the display of the clipboard's contents closes and I have to reopen it in order to paste the next value in the sequence.
  2. I have an Excel worksheet where I have several adjacent columns which contain numerical values that I obtain from a web site and then copy to Alfred's Clipboard. I would like to use Alfred's Clipboard History to paste each value to the worksheet one right after another, but can't seem to figure out how to do this. I find that after selecting the Excel worksheet cell where I want the first value to appear, when I call up the Alfred Clipboard History, I am able to paste only one value and then the Clipboard History disappears. So then I must select the next Excel worksheet cell where I want the next value to appear, summon the Alfred Clipboard History to (again) appear, and paste the next value. Of course, the Alfred Clipboard History disappears again. Is there a way to paste a block of items from the Alfred Clipboard History one right after another into a collection of Excel worksheet cells (aka PowerPaste)? Or failing that, is there a way to paste items out of Alfred's Clipboard History one right after another without the Clipboard History disappearing each time between paste operations?
  3. I am trying to use Alfred as my goto clipboard manager on my Mac. Is there a way to add sound such that when I am using Alfred's clipboard functions, I hear an audible sound when I perform a copy operation and/or a paste operation? Adding this capability would make Alfred much more useful for me.
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