Cycling The SSMS Clipboard Ring

Bert Wagner shows how you can use the clipboard ring in SQL Server Management Studio:

Copying and pasting is a feature that’s available in nearly every text editor (“nearly” — anyone remember the days before iOS had a clipboard?).

However, SQL Server Management Studio goes above and beyond the regular copy and paste feature set — it has a clipboard ring.

What’s a clipboard ring you ask?

The clipboard ring let’s you cycle through the last 20 things you copied onto your clipboard when you go to paste in SSMS.

Read on to learn how to use the clipboard ring.  When I remember that it exists, it’s quite useful.

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