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How do I copy and paste an internet picture into Open Office document?

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I can easily copy and paste an internet picture or diagram into a Word document but I would like to be able to do the same with Open Office.  Is it possible and if so how is it done?
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Question by:VictoriousWON
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Use Alt+PrtSc then paste to Open Office
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by:war1
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Hello VictoriousWON,

Hight the picture or diagram. Hit the combination keys Ctrl + C to copy the image.  Move your curor to your Open Office document.  Hit Ctrl + V to paste.

Hope this helps!
war1
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I tried to highlight the picture and hit the combination keys Ctrl + C to copy the image.  Move your curor to your Open Office document.  Hit Ctrl + V to paste.  But it did not work.  This is for an internet picture.
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Works great, thanks.
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