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how to copy a picturebox image to msword

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hi,
In a picturebox,i drawn a circle & line at runtime.i want the circle & line to be copied into word.can u help me

regards,
E.ASHOK
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by:ronenr
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You can save the picture to a file and then insert that file into word or you can use the clipboard.

For using the clipboard look at the "clipboard.GetData " method and for saving the image look at "SavePicture".


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by:Richie_Simonetti
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Not so easy since picture property of picture box doesn't recognize graphics "written" than loaded.
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You might want to start with something like this.
'**************************
Private Sub Command1_Click()
'**************************

   ' Copy button
   On Error GoTo tom
   Clipboard.Clear
   Clipboard.SetData Picture1.Image
   Exit Sub
 
tom:
   MsgBox "You have an error in the Preview module" & Err.Number

'*******
End Sub
'*******
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Holly smoke!
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by:TomLaw1999
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Just use the code I have given you asrah su to copy the picture directly to the Windows clipboard. You can then go into Microsoft Word and paste the picture directly into your document.
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by:Richie_Simonetti
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i agree.
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