Drawing.Graphics to MS Word

I have a dynamic layout where I can input specific variable, click a button and programmatically draw up a layout of rectangles, lines and text.  This seems to work fine and its displayed on my form to the left of all my controls.  Here is a snapshot of some of my code.

System.Drawing.Graphics graphicsObj;
            graphicsObj = this.CreateGraphics();
            Pen initalRect = new Pen(System.Drawing.Color.Black, 1);
            float[] dashValues = { 5, 5 };
            Pen futureRect = new Pen(Color.Gray, 1);
            futureRect.DashPattern = dashValues;
            Rectangle myFutureSLTE = new Rectangle(xInt, yInt, 40, 15);
            graphicsObj.DrawRectangle(futureRect, myFutureRect);

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I would like to take the complete drawing and port it over to a MS Word document.
Is it possible?  

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