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Microsoft Onenote & Picture Transfers

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#1 Iodine


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Posted 05 April 2007 - 01:51 PM

:trumpet: Is anyone running MicroSoft OneNote ( I think it is 2003 SP2)? I have Windows XP Media Center Edition although in progams it list as Professional. I have a section created in OneNote for Scrapbook & have been trying to transfer some copie of pictures to it. I get a msg. that you can't bring in items from another file. I checked in the ( I'll check for sure) edit or view section on the tool bar & found an option to import Pictures but have not been able to get it to work :inlove: . I tried it by creating a clipping to insert & that did bring the picture in but it was fuzzy, blurred & couldn't be seen well & couldn't be enlarged. I could click & drag it larger but the picture resolution remained the same. After multiple tries I gave up & decided to ask the experts here. One thing I thougt of but haven't tried was going in on My Documents & trying to transfer a picture in to the OneNote file that is listd there.? I have pictures of my grandauther that I would love to have a copy of there, they are currently in my Picassa section & only want a copy on OneNote, not remove it from Picassa. This is really stupid but if cut, copy, or paste would work I haven't quite learned how to do this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I know this isn't an earth shaking problem so speed is not of the essence when there are more important problems to be addressed. Thanks alot, Iodine :thumbsup:
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