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VRf - Cut and Paste Graphs?

Question asked by pcconsultant on Oct 24, 1997
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> From: CONOR_BUESCHER@HP-Corvallis-om2.om.hp.com
> To: lyaus@flash.net
> Cc: hpvxd_xc@hpislsup.lvld.hp.com
> Subject: Re: VRf - Cut and Paste Graphs?
> Date: Friday, October 24, 1997 12:00 PM
>
>      Leo,
>     
>      In NT you can hit the "print scrn" button up by the function keys
and
>      it captures the screen to the clipboard. 

Ditto, Win95.

>     
>      Conor Buescher
>
>
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> Subject: VRf - Cut and Paste Graphs?
> Author:  Non-HP-lyaus (lyaus@flash.net) at HP-Corvallis,mimegw1
> Date:    10/23/97 7:29 PM
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> Need: Capture/save HP-VEE graph objects from the screen (or otherwise),
and
> save them as image files to be sent as email attachments (zipped or
> not) or paste them into other applications (e.g., Word, Excel, etc.).
>     
> Note: I can cut/copy and then past within VEE, but not to the clipboard
> (in am in WinNT) for subsequent pasting to other application; nor can I
> save the graph object as a file (I think).
>     
> My existing (wanna give up!) method: 1) Use Corel Capture (a screen
capture
> utility) to get the graph object (and other screen elements I don't
need). 2) Pa
> ste
> the item into PC Paint (good ol' Paintbrush). 3) Use cut to crop out the
> section I need. 4) Paste/save it elsewhere.
>     
> Your recommendation: ???
>     
> Ancillary question: Why doesn't VEE allow pasting to the clipboard?  It
> would sure seem to make sense.
>     
> Leo P. Yaus
> lyaus@salom.com
> lyaus@flash.net
> fax: 708.445.1315
>     

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