In many places around Lottery Post you'll see instructions or features that "copy something to the Clipboard". This help topic describes what the "Clipboard" is.
The "Clipboard" is not something you actually see on the computer — it is something you use.
The Clipboard is an area in your computer's memory (inside your computer) set aside to temporarily hold data/content/information so you can transfer it from one place or program to another.
You never "see" the Clipboard, which is one of the reasons why some people have a hard time understanding what it is.
The reason the Clipboard exists is to make it easy to exchange data between programs. Without a Clipboard, the only way to exchange data between programs would be to save the data to a file, and the load the file in the other program. Such a process would not even be possible if you want to transfer data between web pages.
So instead of saving the data to a file, you're saving it to an area of computer memory (called the "Clipboard"), and then loading it from that area of memory into another page or program.
You have used the Lucky's Followers System to generate a list of 30 numbers for Georgia Pick 3. You want to put those 30 numbers into the Deflate 3 tool without having to print out the page and then manually type each number into the Deflate tool.
So how do you do it?
You'll notice that on the final page of the Lucky's Followers System, the Full Set of 30 Followers has a Copy to Clipboard button underneath the numbers. So you click the button, and you'll see the following message displayed:
The Full Set of 30 Followers has been copied to the clipboard, ready to paste into another page or application.
You click the OK button, and the message goes away. Now what?
Use the Keyboard
Try to get in the habit of using the keyboard to do copy/cut/paste commands. That's because they are "universal" keyboard commands that work in just about every application on your computer. In fact, the Apple computers use essentially the same keyboard commands as Windows PCs.
The keyboard commands are:
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