Here's a handy tip for Windows 10 users, clipboard history.
If you don't know about it already you can turn it on with the shortcut, Windows Key + v.
If it isn't already switched on you will see this...
...just click 'turn on' to activate it.
That may give you this pop-up...
...which you can close.
Now you can copy lots of different things without losing the last thing you copied. So when you want to paste what you copied, hit the Windows key + v shortcut again, and you'll get your clipboard history...
...just click on any of the items in the history to paste that item. In the top right corner of each item is a menu which gives you the options to...
- Pin (keeps the item on the clipboard when you turn off your PC)
- Clear all
Thanks to Leila Gharani for this tip.
EDIT : I think the maximum number of copies you can do, before they start falling off the bottom of the clipboard, is 25.