With “click.to Back” copy several passages of text into a single document – always with a single click
Do you want to collect several passages from various sources into a single document? Without always manually switching to a different window? With the click.to “back” function you can always jump back to the last open document.
How it works: Copying several text passages into a Word document
Back is a small, clever feature that you can always jump back to the last used window. No matter where you are. Imagine that you are currently working on a brochure using Word and are also looking for more information to add to the document on the Internet.The information is copied easily, as usual, using CTRL + C, then choose the “back” icon that appears above the cursor from the click.to menu. “Back” now automatically opens the Word window and now you can Paste it where you want it by pressing CTRL + V or right click –> Paste.