Using 'F' function keys for saving key strings

  tomme 21:31 PM 10 Jul 12
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How do I allocate a string of characters to a function key, either temporarily or permanently? When sending say a utube addresses out, sometimes have 3-4-or 5 addresses of interest to send. CTRL 'C' or 'V' is good but only stores one set of characters. I used to be able to put such strings of characters onto the F1-F12 function keys when I worked as a typesetter. Nice and easy! Thanks for any help

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