Embed a clock into a OneNote document

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I wanted to embed a clock into my AUS project page in my Microsoft OneNote program.  I tried both custom link types and they failed to load. (links for bloggers)

Right now I just have hyper-text to
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/australia/adelaide

Since we are in the USA I thought it would be nice if people reviewing the notes could see the current time at our remote office.

Any ideas how to get a clock to display in OneNote.  I only see I can embed my current "local" time in the inset menu.
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"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic Advisor
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Commented:
AFAIK OneNote displays static content only, no animated GIFs or refreshing Web pages. The only option then is to include a link to such a clock.

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dateandtime said I could try Personal World Clock, but you are right it still looks like it would need to be a link they click on.

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