How can I write text to clipboard

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Leith Ross

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Hello Temporary-Failure,

You can use the DataObject to put and get text from the clipboard. To use the DataObject, you must a reference set to MSForms. If you have a UserForm in your VBA probject then this reference is already set.
Code:
  Dim DObj As New DataObject

    DObj.SetText "Put this on the clipboard."
    DObj.PutInClipboard
Sincerely,
Leith Ross
 
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