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How I Can Save My Settings in C#

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I want to save my settings after I close my form.
example: when I write in a textbox a word and I close the form and open it again see the word I was wrote it.
example2: when my form runnig, I set to clipboard a word by clicking a button from my form, so if I click PAST in a notepad I will see the word I add it to my clipboard from the form. IF I close my form, I can Past the word, the clipboard will be cleared.
So anyone know to save the form settings.
May 6 '07 #1
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1. You have to save it somewhere in disk, database file, csv file or even in registry, or you can serialize all data. So next time you open form just recall it.
2. You can use Clipboard.Clear () when you exit form to clear Clipboard

May 7 '07 #3
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I will try the ways you said. but When I said in my first message (I can Past the word, the clipboard will be cleared) i write wrong in (I can Past), but I was want this (I cant past), then (I CANT past the word,when the form closed the clipboard will be cleared)
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