This option, available only on windows, copies the whole image contents and places it on the Windows clipboard. Pasting is obtained with the classical Ctrl-v.
There are two sub-options: Image only & Image and frame. As their labels indicate, they differ in fact that the second capture the image and the frame (that is, the coordinates annotations) and the first not.
The screen captures behaves differently when a color palette is displayed. If the palette is of the “Show Inside” type, no attempt is made to reproduce the displayed configuration and the palette will end somewhere inside the image and close to its right side. For “Sow At side” palettes, the capture tries to maintain what is in the screen but the end proportions are not exactly the same.
Image capture is done at 300 DPI, which makes this the most easily and quality prone way of inserting figures in Word documents.
The “Copy-active-line” and “Paste line” are used to copy-paste line elements between two different figures. In order to be able copy a line, this must be selected by putting it in edition mode (a double-click on the line). Next you can do a Ctrl-C and after a Ctrl-V on the second image. Note that this is a copy with coordinates operation, so the line will be pasted on exactly the same coordinates that it had on the first figure. BONUS: once you have copied the line with the Ctrl-C you can past it in any text editor (please, anything but Notepad) on in EXCEL.
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