Copy/Paste from Office Web Components object in web page?

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by Richard Crowley, Nov 22, 2005.

  1. I have a dynamically-generated asp web page which uses Office Web Components
    to display an Excel bar chart of the user-selected data. The page works
    fine, but the users would like to copy-n-paste the displayed bar chart from
    the web page and insert it into an email (MS Outlook) or report (MS Word or
    MS PowerPoint).

    Is there any way of supporting this copy/paste functionality? When you
    right-click on the chart in the displayed web page (viewed with MSIE6), you
    are only given the pop-up button [About...] which displays the "About
    Microsoft Office Web Components" splash window ("Version 9.0.0.8028 SP-3"
    etc.)

    Currently, the only work-around is to "Print-Screen", trim using Paint, and
    then paste into the destination. This is too tedious and beyond the
    capabilities of some of the users.

    Thanks for any help.

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    Richard Crowley, Nov 22, 2005
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