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angibi  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 10:59
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Dec 21, 2005

I have Adobe Acrobat 7.0 professional. With an older version, I used to be able to edit a table, and then copy it and paste it as a picture in a Word File. I can't copy it with this version. The best I can obtain is for it to be "copied" in "Appunti" (In Italian, it's probably the "cliboard"). Where can I find this clipboard, anyway, to recover it and hopefully be able to copy it in Word?? Or better still, how can I copy and paste an edited table and paste it directly in a Word file???
Thank you
Anna


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Dan Butuza  Identity Verified
Romania
Local time: 11:59
English to Romanian
Try this... Dec 21, 2005

The way I see it: when you rclick on the selected table in Adobe there is only "Copy to clipboard" option. Click on that, then open the word file and rclick at the insertion point and click Paste. You don't need to go to any Clipboard location.
Hope this helps,
Dan


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Jo Macdonald  Identity Verified
Spain
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Yep Appunti is the Clipboard Dec 21, 2005

As Dan said, in Adobe click on the text button so you have the Text cursor instead of the hand, select the text, then right click and select copy, then in Word right click and select Paste.

You’ll only be able to do this if it’s unprotected text. You can’t copy text from images or text that’s protected.
Jo


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Lars Jelking  Identity Verified
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Text vs. picture. Dec 21, 2005

To copy as a picture you have to select the "Snapshot" tool fron the pull-down in the tool bar. I you have the "Select Text" only the text is copied to the clipboard. So you have to decide how you want to copy: text or image.

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angibi  Identity Verified
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thank you! Dec 24, 2005

thank you very much to you all!
Anna


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