Is it possible to paste an image onto a drawing? I have a tool list I would like to select by doing an "alt-print screen" or something, and paste it onto the manufacturing print of the part.
Yes you can simply press ctrl+v after clicking in the drawing.
If you have win 7 then you can use the snipping tool to capture the image, do ctrl+C and then go to drawing and do ctrl+v.
Thank you Deepak. Works great!
It's good that your problem has been solved. I believe simply pressing ctrl+v after clicking in the drawing is the simplet way to draw image. But suppose that if you are required to or it is necessary to get the same image on .net graphics, what will you do? Image can not be pasted to .net graphics drawing application. I think the only way is to draw an image that is similar with your image saved in local file.
Why I can't see what I'm drawing?
Seems I'm drawing but under the picture.
Right-click on the image and choose "Send to Back".
Ja,ja. Thank you Glenn. You have been very fast, faster than me.
By the way, how you insert the image in the answer?
I hit the PrtScn/SysRq button on my keyboard, opened Paint, placed the arrow, then highlighted the area I wanted with the Select tool. Ctrl+C to copy it, then clicked here and Ctrl+V to paste. That works for some browsers, but not all (see Option to Paste Images Directly into a reply ). If that doesn't work then you'll need to paste the selected area in a new Paint document and save it as an image file (.PNG's work well). Then attach it in the Reply with the "Insert Image" button.
I use the windows snipping tool to take a quick screen shot and save that file (as pasting image doesn't work with Chrome). Then insert/attach here.
Glenn Schroeder wrote: If that doesn't work then you'll need to paste the selected area in a new Paint document and save it as an image file (.PNG's work well).
Glenn Schroeder wrote:
If that doesn't work then you'll need to paste the selected area in a new Paint document and save it as an image file (.PNG's work well).
Once you've selected the area then instead of pasting into new file, simply click on Crop to remove the unwanted area.
I'm afraid paste doesn't works in Chrome.
Thank you anyway.
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