Windows 7 – Copy command output from command prompt to clipboard
Ever wanted to get the output from an entered command in the windows command prompt? Well now you can. Try this out:
1. Go to CMD by clicking on the start menu and then in the search bar type “cmd” and press enter.
2. Enter “ipconfig |clip” and press enter.
3. Now type “notepad” and hit enter.
4. Press Crtl + V to paste the output into notepad.
Try this one too. This one will copy the contents of a directory to the clip board: dir |clip. Just make sure that your “working directory” (C:\Users\…) is the directory you want to list. Enjoy!