When an EnhMetaFile is copied to the clipboard, I need to
know the position the object occupied on the page the copy
operation was done on.
What I mean is this. I use Powerpoint to create something,
then do a mark-all and copy to put it onto the clipboard.
It is copied to the clipboard as an EnhMetafile.
Is there any way an application that retrieves the
EnhMetaFile from the clipboard can determine what the
offsets were from top and left of the page(window) the
object was originally copied from.
Powerpoint seems to be able to find this data. If I mark-all, copy something, close and reopen PowerPoint, and then
paste, the object is pasted to the page exactly where it was copied from.
When I do a GetEnhMetafileHeader, I don't see anything there where the information is saved.