While working on computer and on the internet I sometimes come across certain code or texts that I want to save with me in a word or text file. For doing this, I need to then go the desktop, open a file, paste the copied contents in it and then save it. Although it is not much of a work but when it comes to doing daily, then it may be tiring too.
With the help of a tool called Paste As File, you can directly save the contents of your clipboard into a file and that too using the right click context menu. Clipboard is a location where your copied contents of the computer reside temporarily.
Paste As File is an app to paste the contents of the clipboard to a new file in the current folder via the context menu windows explorer background. It can paste as a text file, PDF file, or image file based on the contents of the clipboard. Supported image formats are jpg, pcx, png, bmp, tga, gif and tif. This means you can create almost any mostly used file format with this tool instantly.
Thus depending upon what you have in your clipboard, you can either directly create a text file, pdf file, html file or an image. You can either make use of right click context menu or directly run this tool. So instead of pasting the copied contents next time, select the option of “Paste as File” from the context menu and this will open the tool for you which will help you in selecting the location and the type of the output file you want.
The tool is free to use and can be downloaded from the location below.