I used to use Clipboard Manager or one of the similar programs and gave it up for what I feel is faster and more intuitive. I use the Chrome plugin Auto Text Expander 2. This program works like the shortcut keys on an iPhone.
I put in a shortcut and a recall value and any time I type theshortcut, the value is auto-inserted. For example, any time I type "260," it is immediately and automatically replaced with [[Baty-260|SJ Baty]].
The typing of the shortcut is time sensitive so if I ever need to type 260, I just type "26," wait one second and then type "0" to complete the number.
Some of my commonly used shortcuts:
"bbb" is replaced with:
== Biography ==
== Sources ==
and "PENN" (all caps) produces:
William Penn and Early Pennsylvania Settlers Project
This program is very useful for Data Doctoring and "Thons" (Clean-a-Thon).
hope it is useful to some