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It's my understanding that the default Windows clipboard is designed to save only one item. As soon as you save something new, any previously saved item is deleted. Same is true if you power off the computer. There are other free clipboard alternatives that you might find useful. Likewise, there are paid clipboard managers that offer added features not found in the free versions. You could Google clipboard managers to see what's available.
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