Since this is such a basic, yet vital, utility, I have spent years looking for the ideal clipboard manager, and for me it is Ditto. It is gratis including for commercial porpoises.
I would recommend first clearing the clipboard – launch Ditto, hit Ctrl-A to select all, then hit the delete key, or right-click and select delete.
Now, make all your selections to populate the clipboard, and finally, launch Ditto, hit Ctrl-A, then Ctrl-C, navigate to where you want to paste and hit Ctrl-v. I have just tested this and it works.
Easy peasy, plus Ditto is the best clipboard manager that there is.
- Easy to use interface
- Search and paste previous copy entries
- Keep multiple computer's clipboards in sync
- Data is encrypted when sent over the network
- Accessed from tray icon or global hot key
- Select entry by double click, enter key or drag drop
- Paste into any window that excepts standard copy/paste entries
- Display thumbnail of copied images in list
- Full Unicode support (display foreign characters)
- UTF-8 support for language files (create language files in any language)
- Uses sqlite database (www.sqlite.org)
and many more features. My favo(u)rite is sticky clips. Ditto also happens to be open-source and can be used as a portable application too.
In fairness to the other suggestion, you might want to read Clipboard Master vs Ditto: Comparing 2 Cool Windows Clipboard Managers and make your own choice.
Although, this page says
As good as it is, the user interface of Clipboard Master is not the best and as a result, there is a good amount of learning curve to get used to Clipboard Master.
Wrapping Up: Best Clipboard Manager for Windows
We saw some of the best clipboard manager tools for Windows. If you are looking for freeware that just works, Ditto is a good option. If you need a clipboard manager that sync between your Mac and Windows PC, 1Clipboard should work. Or for more sync options i.e. Android and iOS, try Clipboard fusion. Though that comes with a price tag of $15 per user.
Finally, if you are someone who likes to install one app that does everything, that Clipboard master is a better choice. The free version comes with screenshot capture and text expander option along with clipboard manager. But on the flip side, it doesn’t have the best UI out there.
I suggest waiting until all answers are in, then reading reviews of them all and taking them for a test drive. You might also want to consider whether you will swap over to a new clipboard manager, or stick with your existing one the majority of the time, and only use one of the answers here for special circumstances.