The Clipboard group, located on the HOME tab, contains four commands:
You can use the Copy and Paste commands in the Clipboard group to copy and paste text, or you can use keyboard shortcuts:
The Office Clipboard is a task pane available to you in Word. When you open the Office Clipboard, Word keeps track of what you cut or copy (up to 24 entries). This allows you paste items in a different order, or paste items after you've cut or copied other items. The Office Clipboard only accumulates items while Word is open. The items are not preserved between sessions.
You open the Office Clipboard Task Pane by clicking on the Dialog Box Launcher in the lower right hand corner of the Clipboard group.
A useful feature when checking spelling and grammar is Word's AutoCorrect feature. When Word indicates a word in a document may be misspelled or incorrect, with a squiggle under it, you can right-click the word to see suggestions. If a suggestion is correct, simply select it to replace the word.