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Copying RTF to clipboard

Copying RTF to clipboard

Copying RTF to clipboard

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Hi all,

I'm facing an issue with trying to copy an RTF string to the clipboard, I've seen examples in VBA but not in VBScript. I want to avoid creating a word object to copy this string, this is just an example string from a vba example I saw

Dim sRTF
sRTF = "{\rtf1\ansi\ansicpg1252\deff0\deftab720{\fonttbl" & _
"{\f0\fswiss MS Sans Serif;}{\f1\froman\fcharset2 Symbol;}" & _
"{\f2\froman\fprq2 Times New Roman;}}" & _
"{\colortbl\red0\green0\blue0;\red255\green0\blue0;}" & _
"\deflang1033\horzdoc{\*\fchars }{\*\lchars }" & _
"\pard\plain\f2\fs24 Line 1 of \plain\f2\fs24\cf1" & _
"inserted\plain\f2\fs24 file.\par }"


I then would like to put this string on the clipboard in it's rich text format so when I paste, it comes out as it would if that string was written to an RTF file. Is this possible?

Thanks!

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