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Dear Experts,

In my ASP application, I have a chart that will popup in a
new window. From the opener window, I want to add a button
that will capture the chart to the clipboard and be able
to paste it to other application. I just want the client
area and don't want to include menu bar, address bar and
so forth.

Can I do that with pure asp without a component?

Regards
Jul 19 '05 #1
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In news:0f****************************@phx.gbl,
David Kuok <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> typed:
: Dear Experts,
:
: In my ASP application, I have a chart that will popup in a
: new window. From the opener window, I want to add a button
: that will capture the chart to the clipboard and be able
: to paste it to other application. I just want the client
: area and don't want to include menu bar, address bar and
: so forth.

ASP has no clue what a clipboard or a window is. It runs on the server.

Also, who's other application? The client's? You won't be able to do this
without an ActiveX that the client has downloaded.

Don
:
: Can I do that with pure asp without a component?
:
: Regards
Jul 19 '05 #2
Don,

Thanks for your response.

I would like to be able to paste it to PowerPoint. If I
need to have an ActiveX component, how can I get that done?
-----Original Message-----
In news:0f****************************@phx.gbl,
David Kuok <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> typed:
: Dear Experts,
:
: In my ASP application, I have a chart that will popup in a: new window. From the opener window, I want to add a button: that will capture the chart to the clipboard and be able
: to paste it to other application. I just want the client
: area and don't want to include menu bar, address bar and
: so forth.

ASP has no clue what a clipboard or a window is. It runs on the server.
Also, who's other application? The client's? You won't be able to do thiswithout an ActiveX that the client has downloaded.

Don
:
: Can I do that with pure asp without a component?
:
: Regards
.

Jul 19 '05 #3
"David Kuok" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:0f****************************@phx.gbl...
Dear Experts,

In my ASP application, I have a chart that will popup in a
new window. From the opener window, I want to add a button
that will capture the chart to the clipboard and be able
to paste it to other application. I just want the client
area and don't want to include menu bar, address bar and
so forth.

Can I do that with pure asp without a component?


Of course not, ASP is only server-side ...

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Jul 19 '05 #4
Although you can not capture the chart, you can do something better. You can
1. create an excel file, put the values and place the chart (in a way or
another :)), or
2. you can redraw the chart as a jpg using a component like ASPImage and
visitors save it.

Mohamed
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Jul 19 '05 #5

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