Date: Fri, 1 Jan 2010 14:31:24 -0600
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Subject: Re: Copy/Export Tables in Output Viewer to Word
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Ralph Grubb wrote:
> In SPSS v.15, you could right click on a Table in Output Viewer and
> "Copy Objects" and paste it into Word as a picture. The advantages were
> that it looked exactly like the Table image in Viewer and could easily
> be resized and moved.
> In SPSS v.17 the only option for the same action appears to be "Export"
> with none of the desirable attributes cited above. What happened to
> "Copy Objects"? Thanks. Ralph
I can't say what happened in version 17, but there are a variety of
screen print programs that can take a snapshot of a region of the
screen. I use a commercial product, SnagIt, but there are some free
alternatives out there as well.
These programs produce bitmaps (BMP), which sometimes don't scale as
well as windows metafiles (WMF), but I've found they work fine for any
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