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Send to OneNote from Outlook 2007 does not retain Pictures

Discussion in 'Microsoft OneNote' started by Hariharan, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. Hariharan

    Hariharan Flightless Bird

    Here is what I am trying to accomplish:

    Open a message in Outlook 2007. The message has pictures in the body. I
    click on the icon "Send to Onenote" It brings the message to OneNote but the
    pictures are not displayed. Any solutions??

    Environment : Windows 7, Office Ultimate 2007.
    Thanks in Advance.
     
  2. Rainald Taesler

    Rainald Taesler Flightless Bird

    Hariharan wrote:
    > Here is what I am trying to accomplish:
    >
    > Open a message in Outlook 2007. The message has pictures in the body.
    > I click on the icon "Send to Onenote" It brings the message to
    > OneNote but the pictures are not displayed. Any solutions??
    >
    > Environment : Windows 7, Office Ultimate 2007.
    > Thanks in Advance.


    Which type of picture is this about?
    You might try it with a number if different formats.

    I just tested it under Vista and ON2010 and it worked fine.
    Unfortunately I can not try it with ON2007 as it's not installed on a
    machine with Outlook.

    If you do not get it going otherwise, I'd see ways:
    a) Send the mail to ON and then use Copy & Paste to insert the picture.

    b) Make the move to ON2010 right now.

    Rainald
     
  3. Bernd

    Bernd Flightless Bird

    -------- Original-Nachricht --------

    > Here is what I am trying to accomplish:
    >
    > Open a message in Outlook 2007. The message has pictures in the body. I
    > click on the icon "Send to Onenote" It brings the message to OneNote but the
    > pictures are not displayed. Any solutions??
    >
    > Environment : Windows 7, Office Ultimate 2007.
    > Thanks in Advance.


    Did you try to "print" the message to the "Send To Onenote" printer driver ?

    Bernc
     
  4. Steve Silverwood

    Steve Silverwood Flightless Bird

    On Wed, 27 Jan 2010 20:25:12 +0100, "Rainald Taesler" <taesler@gmx.de>
    wrote:

    >I just tested it under Vista and ON2010 and it worked fine.
    >Unfortunately I can not try it with ON2007 as it's not installed on a
    >machine with Outlook.


    One thing you might consider is to use either VirtualPC (from
    Microsoft, but doesn't work properly on Win7) or VirtualBox (from Sun,
    works fine on both x32 and x64 versions of Win7). I'm in the process
    of setting up a VirtualBox system of Windows 7 x32 with Office 2007,
    so I can test these things.

    Someone's going to say that Win7 supports VirtualPC just fine, but I'm
    not talking about XP Compatibility Mode, I'm talking about the
    standalone VirtualPC program. I used to use VPC but can't now, so I
    have to recreate all my virtual machines with VBox and haven't
    finished yet. (I have non-Microsoft-OS VMs as well, such as Ubuntu,
    BTW.)

    //Steve//
     
  5. oopman2002

    oopman2002 Flightless Bird

    On Jan 26, 9:22 pm, Hariharan <Hariha...@discussions.microsoft.com>
    wrote:
    > Here is what I am trying to accomplish:
    >
    > Open a message in Outlook 2007. The message has pictures in the body. I
    > click on the icon "SendtoOnenote" It brings the message toOneNotebut the
    > pictures are not displayed. Any solutions??
    >
    > Environment : Windows 7, Office Ultimate 2007.
    > Thanks in Advance.


    I have the same problem trying to Send To Onenote 2007 from my IE7
    browser. This used to work and I don't know what happened to break it.
    This is on my office computer and so will have to try it at home to
    see if it is related to our network or what. We are running XP Pro.

    I've figured out how to solve it but it is a little of a pain.

    1 ) Use the "Send to OneNote" button in Internet Explorer to send the
    page to OneNote.
    2 ) Open a blank WORD document.
    3 ) One by One right-click on the images in the browser and select
    "Copy". Then paste the image into Word. You should see the image in
    Word.
    4 ) Select the image in Word by clicking on it and copy the image from
    Word. Be sure the image shows as being selected before copying. Ctrl-C
    or right-click copy.
    5 ) Locate the spot in the OneNote page where the image should be.
    6 ) Delete the image icon in OneNote and paste the image you copied
    from Word.
    7 ) Work through the OneNote document and insert all of the missing
    images by copying them through Word.
     

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