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A lot of users are trying to export their .shs files (clipboard objects) to some document format (.pdf for example) and recover the data.

OpenOffice is notoriously known for generating .shs files whenever a portion of the document is dragged. This type of .shs file is nothing more than a RTF document wrapped in OLE container and as such can be recovered with several available shs to rtf converters.

Once you have the .rtf document, there is nothing easier than to convert it to PDF, as RTF is one of the most supported document formats. You can do that with any of the available rtf to pdf converters.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.


Additional links: shs file extension details, pdf file extension details


An shs file extension is used for Clipboard files in Windows 95, 98, NT and ME. Every time you pressed Ctrl + C to copy something, it would be saved in Windows clipboard - a file with shs file extension

Files with shs file extension are quite often found as special OLE objects (scraps) from various Windows / MS Office apps.


A pdf file extension is mainly used for Adobe Portable document format, commonly referred to as PDF. All programs that create some sort of documents or projects offer the possibility to export their format to PDF format. A free PDF viewer (Adobe Reader) is available for download from Adobe website.

Rarely, files with pdf extension might also be found as preferences definition files for ArcView program.


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