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Windows PowerShell 3.0 First Steps by Ed Wilson

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Chapter 5. Storing output

When you work with Windows PowerShell in an interactive fashion from the Windows PowerShell console, there are times when you will want to store the output. On a Windows 8 computer, you can use the Snipping Tool to take a screen shot of the output. However, this is not an option on Windows Server 2012 unless you have installed the Desktop Experience feature. Of course, while having a screen shot does help you to have access to the data later, it does not facilitate parsing of the data.

Another option is copying to the Clipboard. With QuickEdit mode enabled for the Windows PowerShell console, you can use the mouse to highlight and copy text. You can ...

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