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  • 2 weeks later...

It's not Windows, it's Office and from what I've seen, it is not easy to turn this off. Maybe something with Assistant (registry values, as far as I remember, something like AcbOn, AcbClipboard), but I didn't have success with it. Some suggest you copy a small piece of text before you leave Office, which is no solution at all.

* Edit: Now I see AcbControl seems promising. Haven't tested it yet.

* Edit 2: As seen here, but doesn't work for me (Office 2003).

* Edit 3: It isn't the same thing after all.


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