1.    28 Jan 2016 #1
    Join Date : Jan 2016
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    windows 10 pro

    Directly add photo in documents


    Hi guys,


    I'm a technician that goes out in other factories to checkand report how is the situation.
    I walk in that factories, check the thing, make photo and make a report at the end.


    From first time untill 2 years ago
    I took photos with compact camera, report photo number and write (on a paper note) what I see.
    Go in office, download photo to my computer and report on a Word document with table (or excel).
    Lots of work hours gone away for nothing...




    1 year ago I leveled UP...
    Buyed a new iPhone6 and used Google drive to share and modify my document.
    I finally can take photo and directly annotate what I see.
    At office I have only to do little change at files, no big work!




    2 months after...
    I bought a Note4. Use Google drive to modify my document and add notes.
    Plus: Better with pen, bigger screen.




    This is fully working right now and help me a lot.
    Just a problem, Note4 or iPhone 6 screens are really tiny for my work, so...


    So I thinked about SP4, a lot bigger screen
    Try to do same things with my notebook (HP Core I5, SSD and Windows 10) with Office 2013/2016 and the integrated webcam.
    No way to do..
    I can't take a photo and put DIRECTLY into the word document.
    I need to take photo and than import to my documents, that is a problems when I do my work.


    I can open Camera App and put in background, from Word can take a screenshot but I lose a lot of time and the details is not good.
    If I go inside Word16, insert pictures, I can see a shortcurt to Windows 10 CameraRoll app.
    So I checked how to put here the Camera APP.


    NO WAY, again.


    So check One Note.
    This can take a picture direct from camera, take notes.
    Checked on YouTube that I can write with the pen.


    Try to my notebook.
    I can't export OneNote file into Word DOC format.


    Maybe is different with a SP4? Anyone can check out it?
    Maybe I'm loosing somethings?


    Thanks really a lot in advance for your time.
    I don't want waste money and time in somethings that don't works.
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  2.    28 Jan 2016 #2
    Join Date : Jul 2015
    Poole Dorset UK
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    Windows 10 x64 Home Version(1709) Build16299.19

    In word you can use insert
    Then bring up Pictures and you can then put what photos you like in
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  3.    29 Jan 2016 #3
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    Perhaps it is best for you to ask this question to a forum specialized and dedicated solely to MS Office.
    The experts there may have a better chance to solve your problem.
    This link to a well known MS Office forum :
    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office
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  4.    29 Jan 2016 #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by hTconeM9user View Post
    In word you can use insert
    Then bring up Pictures and you can then put what photos you like in
    The OP already knows how to do that, the stated problem is exporting from OneNote to Word and there does not seem to be an option to do that in the latest version of OneNote installed with Windows 10.

    Only thing that I can find that works is to select everything from within the OneNote document and cut and paste it into Word.
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  5.    29 Jan 2016 #5
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    The above way I told you about works.
    How I do it is take a photo
    Load it to Camera Roll
    Then I move it to a folder if I want to keep it and not just use it once.
    Then open Word 2016
    Click on what document I want
    Then on Ribbon on the top you will see insert,
    Open that
    Click ether picture or online picture
    Just click what photo you want from your folder
    It will import
    Then underneath or where ever you can fill in the rest
    At the end you can save it.
    Either Print it or e-mail it as an attachment,
    I am on the office forum.
    Also done IT principals
    That is how I do it on all documents I send
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  6.    29 Jan 2016 #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by philc43 View Post
    The OP already knows how to do that, the stated problem is exporting from OneNote to Word and there does not seem to be an option to do that in the latest version of OneNote installed with Windows 10.

    Only thing that I can find that works is to select everything from within the OneNote document and cut and paste it into Word.
    That is why I don't bother with one note
    As it is double work
    First of all putting everything in One Note
    Then Copy and Paste
    It is far quicker using word
    Last edited by hTconeM9user; 29 Jan 2016 at 09:31. Reason: added a line
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  7.    29 Jan 2016 #7
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    Worms,
    What is your current status ?
    More than 15 hours has come and passed. Have you found a solution ?
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  8.    30 Jan 2016 #8
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    windows 10 pro
    Thread Starter

    No, no solution at all.
    The more fast way is use Surface pen to open camera and take picture.

    I'm thinking about make a little macro that import last picture inside "camera roll" folder.
    So i only have to press 2 buttons.

    This is the faster way that i take out.
    Now is hard. Make the macro in VBA
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  9.    30 Jan 2016 #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by worms View Post
    No, no solution at all.
    The more fast way is use Surface pen to open camera and take picture.

    I'm thinking about make a little macro that import last picture inside "camera roll" folder.
    So i only have to press 2 buttons.

    This is the faster way that i take out.
    Now is hard. Make the macro in VBA
    I gave you a link to a forum dedicated solely to MS Office applications.
    Looks like you have not tried it. Why not ?
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  10.    30 Jan 2016 #10
    Join Date : Jul 2014
    UK
    Posts : 18,310
    Windows 10

    Try the full Onenote instead of the Onenote App

    When you are viewing your note with picture/text, go to File, Send and then select Word
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