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OneNote 2007

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by Cat, Jan 19, 2010.

  1. Cat

    Cat Flightless Bird

    Why do the arrows not show up when pasting a clipping (with arrows) into an
    email? I have tried the Ctrl +A with no success. The only thing that pastes
    is the original clipping minus what I have added on.
     
  2. Abel MacAdam

    Abel MacAdam Flightless Bird

    Hi Cat,

    I'm not familiar with OneNote. But I can imagine that the arrows are not
    part of the selection you get when you select all. Might be caused by what
    you select, and the arrows being in two different plains.

    Two options:
    - Email the OneNote document;
    - Make a screencapture of the anotaded document (Alt-Prt Scr), paste to
    Paint, save as image (for instance png, as a bitmap makes a big file), and
    attach the image to the email;

    Hope this helps.
    Abel

    "Cat" wrote:

    > Why do the arrows not show up when pasting a clipping (with arrows) into an
    > email? I have tried the Ctrl +A with no success. The only thing that pastes
    > is the original clipping minus what I have added on.
     
  3. Cat

    Cat Flightless Bird

    OK so this app is not like Snagit where you can copy an image with arrows and
    paste that right to an email or to a word doc? This does not work when
    trying to paste to a word doc either. It comes out as two seperate images.
    One is the clipping and one is the arrow. I am not the only one who is
    having this problem. We are trying to move people from snagit to OneNote
    however giving them too many steps to accomplish one simple task most likely
    won't convince them.

    "Abel MacAdam" wrote:

    > Hi Cat,
    >
    > I'm not familiar with OneNote. But I can imagine that the arrows are not
    > part of the selection you get when you select all. Might be caused by what
    > you select, and the arrows being in two different plains.
    >
    > Two options:
    > - Email the OneNote document;
    > - Make a screencapture of the anotaded document (Alt-Prt Scr), paste to
    > Paint, save as image (for instance png, as a bitmap makes a big file), and
    > attach the image to the email;
    >
    > Hope this helps.
    > Abel
    >
    > "Cat" wrote:
    >
    > > Why do the arrows not show up when pasting a clipping (with arrows) into an
    > > email? I have tried the Ctrl +A with no success. The only thing that pastes
    > > is the original clipping minus what I have added on.
     
  4. Steve Rindsberg

    Steve Rindsberg Flightless Bird

    SnagIt and OneNote are two entirely different programs with different features and
    different intentions entirely. SnagIt is a screen capture app. OneNote is not.



    In article <E056E2D3-FA55-43F2-8408-66382552BF04@microsoft.com>, Cat wrote:
    > OK so this app is not like Snagit where you can copy an image with arrows and
    > paste that right to an email or to a word doc? This does not work when
    > trying to paste to a word doc either. It comes out as two seperate images.
    > One is the clipping and one is the arrow. I am not the only one who is
    > having this problem. We are trying to move people from snagit to OneNote
    > however giving them too many steps to accomplish one simple task most likely
    > won't convince them.
    >
    > "Abel MacAdam" wrote:
    >
    > > Hi Cat,
    > >
    > > I'm not familiar with OneNote. But I can imagine that the arrows are not
    > > part of the selection you get when you select all. Might be caused by what
    > > you select, and the arrows being in two different plains.
    > >
    > > Two options:
    > > - Email the OneNote document;
    > > - Make a screencapture of the anotaded document (Alt-Prt Scr), paste to
    > > Paint, save as image (for instance png, as a bitmap makes a big file), and
    > > attach the image to the email;
    > >
    > > Hope this helps.
    > > Abel
    > >
    > > "Cat" wrote:
    > >
    > > > Why do the arrows not show up when pasting a clipping (with arrows) into an
    > > > email? I have tried the Ctrl +A with no success. The only thing that pastes
    > > > is the original clipping minus what I have added on.
     

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