Hello. I have a good issue that I hope you can answer... ...I have a REAL challenge for you EE experts out there!!!! This is a question I would like to see personally answered with a solution!!! It has been plaguing me forever!!!
I routinely use Microsoft OneNote 20007 and OneNote 2010 with the OneNote 2007 version lately being my more common choice. I notice when I use the "clipping" function ("Copy part of the screen into OneNote as an image") in OneNote (found in the "standard" toolbar in OneNote 2007) of any webpage SPECIFICALLY with Internet Explorer; I receive in addition to my desired visual web page clipping showing in OneNote, I also get captioning information such as:
1. Title of the website article that was captured.
2. The web address or URL that was captured.
3. The date and time the image was captured.
This information is printed below the web page clipping to the left side of each image. See: "OneNote 2007 Image Capture Clip From Internet Explorer" screen clipping image embedded below. Now I ONLY get this *FULL* caption of information for the webpage using 'Internet Explorer'.
NOW HERE IS THE ISSUE:
If I use another browser besides Internet Explorer (like Firefox as an example or truthfully any other web browser) to capture a webpage with either OneNote 2007 or OneNote 2010, I ONLY GET:
1. The date and time the image was captured.
This information is printed in the same relative lower left area beneath the image capture clipping. See: "OneNote 2007 Image Capture Clip From Firefox" screen clipping image embedded below.
The other two featured parts of the caption are missing with Firefox (and actually all other popular known browsers) unlike when I use Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer is the ONLY browser that allows for this *FULLY* featured caption when the screen capture takes place with OneNote. I would like to change that; so if I use Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, Maxthon, etc. web browsers, I will still get the *FULLY* featured caption like Internet Explorer above provides.
Now is there a means or some program modifications, registry or directory modifications or hacks; or a program install or add-on; etc. for me to get *ALL* three parts of the caption like Internet Explorer provides with say the OTHER popular web browsers too???
FIRST, we probably have to find the REASON WHY this happens, and THEN BE ABLE TO 'FIX IT'. Is this issue originating on the side of the web browser or OneNote itself??? How can we change that??