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Bitmap from Clipboard back to Clipboard as PNG?

Hello -

I have the following code to get a bitmap from the clipboard and to
save it to a *.png file ...

Dim lData As IDataObject = Clipboard.GetDa taObject()

If lData.GetDataPr esent(DataForma ts.Bitmap) Then
Dim lPictureBox As New PictureBox

lPictureBox.Ima ge = lData.GetData(D ataFormats.Bitm ap,
True)
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
End If

How can I take the Image and put it back onto the Clipboard as a Png?
I found the Clipboard.SetDa taObject() function but how can I use the
PictureBox or Image to convert it into a format that can be used by
SetDataObject() ?

Thanks!
Joe

Jun 27 '08 #1
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On Jun 5, 4:00*pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -

I have the following code to get a bitmap from the clipboard and to
save it to a *.png file ...

* * * * Dim lData As IDataObject = Clipboard.GetDa taObject()

* * * * If lData.GetDataPr esent(DataForma ts.Bitmap) Then
* * * * * * Dim lPictureBox As New PictureBox

* * * * * * lPictureBox.Ima ge = lData.GetData(D ataFormats.Bitm ap,
True)
* * * * * * lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
* * * * End If

How can I take the Image and put it back onto the Clipboard as a Png?
I found the Clipboard.SetDa taObject() function but how can I use the
PictureBox or Image to convert it into a format that can be used by
SetDataObject() ?

Thanks!
Joe
To retrieve image from clipboard, have you considered using:

' Assuming your picturebox's name is "lPictureBo x"
lPictureBox.Ima ge = Clipboard.GetIm age

' Save now in PNG format
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)

.... and

' To add image to clipboard
Clipboard.SetIm age(lPictureBox .Image)
Thanks,

Onur Güzel
Jun 27 '08 #2
Hello -

I have .NET 1.1 and Visual Studio 2003 and there is no GetImage and
SetImage function of Clipboard.

Thanks,
Joe

On Jun 5, 9:24*am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 4:00*pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:


Hello -
I have the following code to get a bitmap from the clipboard and to
save it to a *.png file ...
* * * * Dim lData As IDataObject = Clipboard.GetDa taObject()
* * * * If lData.GetDataPr esent(DataForma ts.Bitmap) Then
* * * * * * Dim lPictureBox As New PictureBox
* * * * * * lPictureBox.Ima ge = lData.GetData(D ataFormats.Bitm ap,
True)
* * * * * * lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
* * * * End If
How can I take the Image and put it back onto the Clipboard as a Png?
I found the Clipboard.SetDa taObject() function but how can I use the
PictureBox or Image to convert it into a format that can be used by
SetDataObject() ?
Thanks!
Joe

To retrieve image from clipboard, have you considered using:

' Assuming your picturebox's name is "lPictureBo x"
lPictureBox.Ima ge = Clipboard.GetIm age

' Save now in PNG format
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)

.... and

' To add image to clipboard
Clipboard.SetIm age(lPictureBox .Image)

Thanks,

Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
Jun 27 '08 #3
On Jun 5, 5:18 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -

I have .NET 1.1 and Visual Studio 2003 and there is no GetImage and
SetImage function of Clipboard.

Thanks,
Joe

On Jun 5, 9:24 am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 4:00 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -
I have the following code to get a bitmap from the clipboard and to
save it to a *.png file ...
Dim lData As IDataObject = Clipboard.GetDa taObject()
If lData.GetDataPr esent(DataForma ts.Bitmap) Then
Dim lPictureBox As New PictureBox
lPictureBox.Ima ge = lData.GetData(D ataFormats.Bitm ap,
True)
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
End If
How can I take the Image and put it back onto the Clipboard as a Png?
I found the Clipboard.SetDa taObject() function but how can I use the
PictureBox or Image to convert it into a format that can be used by
SetDataObject() ?
Thanks!
Joe
To retrieve image from clipboard, have you considered using:
' Assuming your picturebox's name is "lPictureBo x"
lPictureBox.Ima ge = Clipboard.GetIm age
' Save now in PNG format
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
.... and
' To add image to clipboard
Clipboard.SetIm age(lPictureBox .Image)
Thanks,
Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Sorry, there are in .NET 2.0. I don't know if they're not present in
VS 2003 / .NET 1.1

So try this to copy image to clipboard as you say SetDataObject exists
in .NET 1.1:

Dim myimage As Object = lPictureBox.Ima ge
Clipboard.SetDa taObject(myimag e)

Thanks,

Onur Güzel
Jun 27 '08 #4
Hello -

The snipped you gave me will compile and run but the Clipboard tells
me that the "ClipBook Viewer cannot display the information in its
current format or there is not enough memory ...". I cannot paste it
into anything either.

I think that the Image is in some raw format that needs to be
converted to a *.png. It works with the Image.Save but I have found
no other way to convert the format.

Thanks,
Joe

On Jun 5, 10:43*am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 5:18 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:


Hello -
I have .NET 1.1 and Visual Studio 2003 and there is no GetImage and
SetImage function of Clipboard.
Thanks,
Joe
On Jun 5, 9:24 am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 4:00 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -
I have the following code to get a bitmap from the clipboard and to
save it to a *.png file ...
* * * * Dim lData As IDataObject = Clipboard.GetDa taObject()
* * * * If lData.GetDataPr esent(DataForma ts.Bitmap) Then
* * * * * * Dim lPictureBox As New PictureBox
* * * * * * lPictureBox.Ima ge = lData.GetData(D ataFormats.Bitm ap,
True)
* * * * * * lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
* * * * End If
How can I take the Image and put it back onto the Clipboard as a Png?
I found the Clipboard.SetDa taObject() function but how can I use the
PictureBox or Image to convert it into a format that can be used by
SetDataObject() ?
Thanks!
Joe
To retrieve image from clipboard, have you considered using:
' Assuming your picturebox's name is "lPictureBo x"
lPictureBox.Ima ge = Clipboard.GetIm age
' Save now in PNG format
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
.... and
' To add image to clipboard
Clipboard.SetIm age(lPictureBox .Image)
Thanks,
Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -

Sorry, there are in .NET 2.0. I don't know if they're not present in
VS 2003 / .NET 1.1

So try this to copy image to clipboard as you say SetDataObject exists
in .NET 1.1:

Dim myimage As Object = lPictureBox.Ima ge
Clipboard.SetDa taObject(myimag e)

Thanks,

Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
Jun 27 '08 #5
On Jun 5, 5:59 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -

The snipped you gave me will compile and run but the Clipboard tells
me that the "ClipBook Viewer cannot display the information in its
current format or there is not enough memory ...". I cannot paste it
into anything either.

I think that the Image is in some raw format that needs to be
converted to a *.png. It works with the Image.Save but I have found
no other way to convert the format.

Thanks,
Joe

On Jun 5, 10:43 am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 5:18 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -
I have .NET 1.1 and Visual Studio 2003 and there is no GetImage and
SetImage function of Clipboard.
Thanks,
Joe
On Jun 5, 9:24 am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 4:00 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -
I have the following code to get a bitmap from the clipboard and to
save it to a *.png file ...
Dim lData As IDataObject = Clipboard.GetDa taObject()
If lData.GetDataPr esent(DataForma ts.Bitmap) Then
Dim lPictureBox As New PictureBox
lPictureBox.Ima ge = lData.GetData(D ataFormats.Bitm ap,
True)
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
End If
How can I take the Image and put it back onto the Clipboard as a Png?
I found the Clipboard.SetDa taObject() function but how can I use the
PictureBox or Image to convert it into a format that can be used by
SetDataObject() ?
Thanks!
Joe
To retrieve image from clipboard, have you considered using:
' Assuming your picturebox's name is "lPictureBo x"
lPictureBox.Ima ge = Clipboard.GetIm age
' Save now in PNG format
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
.... and
' To add image to clipboard
Clipboard.SetIm age(lPictureBox .Image)
Thanks,
Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Sorry, there are in .NET 2.0. I don't know if they're not present in
VS 2003 / .NET 1.1
So try this to copy image to clipboard as you say SetDataObject exists
in .NET 1.1:
Dim myimage As Object = lPictureBox.Ima ge
Clipboard.SetDa taObject(myimag e)
Thanks,
Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Hi,
With the code i posted using SetDataObject, i ran it for once or more
it worked. Then it gave error when i try to paste onto Paint, after re-
creating project or changing picturebox name or re-launching
application it worked and image pasted to Paint with NO problem.

Anyway, SetImage method in .NET 2.0 never did this behaviour. So i
cannot say a certain thing on the issue and you may consider upgrading
to 2.0 at least.

Thanks,

Onur Güzel
Jun 27 '08 #6
On Jun 5, 5:59 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -

The snipped you gave me will compile and run but the Clipboard tells
me that the "ClipBook Viewer cannot display the information in its
current format or there is not enough memory ...". I cannot paste it
into anything either.

I think that the Image is in some raw format that needs to be
converted to a *.png. It works with the Image.Save but I have found
no other way to convert the format.

Thanks,
Joe

On Jun 5, 10:43 am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 5:18 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -
I have .NET 1.1 and Visual Studio 2003 and there is no GetImage and
SetImage function of Clipboard.
Thanks,
Joe
On Jun 5, 9:24 am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 4:00 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -
I have the following code to get a bitmap from the clipboard and to
save it to a *.png file ...
Dim lData As IDataObject = Clipboard.GetDa taObject()
If lData.GetDataPr esent(DataForma ts.Bitmap) Then
Dim lPictureBox As New PictureBox
lPictureBox.Ima ge = lData.GetData(D ataFormats.Bitm ap,
True)
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
End If
How can I take the Image and put it back onto the Clipboard as a Png?
I found the Clipboard.SetDa taObject() function but how can I use the
PictureBox or Image to convert it into a format that can be used by
SetDataObject() ?
Thanks!
Joe
To retrieve image from clipboard, have you considered using:
' Assuming your picturebox's name is "lPictureBo x"
lPictureBox.Ima ge = Clipboard.GetIm age
' Save now in PNG format
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
.... and
' To add image to clipboard
Clipboard.SetIm age(lPictureBox .Image)
Thanks,
Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Sorry, there are in .NET 2.0. I don't know if they're not present in
VS 2003 / .NET 1.1
So try this to copy image to clipboard as you say SetDataObject exists
in .NET 1.1:
Dim myimage As Object = lPictureBox.Ima ge
Clipboard.SetDa taObject(myimag e)
Thanks,
Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
.. or you can simply try to use:

Clipboard.SetDa taObject(lPictu reBox.Image)

...and see if it does not result with errors anylonger.

Hope this helps,

Onur Güzel
Jun 27 '08 #7
Hello -

I actually did try the Clipboard.SetDa taObject(lPictu reBox.Image)
without using an Object and it is still not working.

Thanks,
Joe

On Jun 5, 11:19*am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 5:59 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:


Hello -
The snipped you gave me will compile and run but the Clipboard tells
me that the "ClipBook Viewer cannot display the information in its
current format or there is not enough memory ...". *I cannot paste it
into anything either.
I think that the Image is in some raw format that needs to be
converted to a *.png. *It works with the Image.Save but I have found
no other way to convert the format.
Thanks,
Joe
On Jun 5, 10:43 am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 5:18 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -
I have .NET 1.1 and Visual Studio 2003 and there is no GetImage and
SetImage function of Clipboard.
Thanks,
Joe
On Jun 5, 9:24 am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 4:00 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -
I have the following code to get a bitmap from the clipboard andto
save it to a *.png file ...
* * * * Dim lData As IDataObject = Clipboard.GetDa taObject()
* * * * If lData.GetDataPr esent(DataForma ts.Bitmap) Then
* * * * * * Dim lPictureBox As New PictureBox
* * * * * * lPictureBox.Ima ge = lData.GetData(D ataFormats.Bitm ap,
True)
* * * * * * lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
* * * * End If
How can I take the Image and put it back onto the Clipboard as aPng?
I found the Clipboard.SetDa taObject() function but how can I usethe
PictureBox or Image to convert it into a format that can be usedby
SetDataObject() ?
Thanks!
Joe
To retrieve image from clipboard, have you considered using:
' Assuming your picturebox's name is "lPictureBo x"
lPictureBox.Ima ge = Clipboard.GetIm age
' Save now in PNG format
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
.... and
' To add image to clipboard
Clipboard.SetIm age(lPictureBox .Image)
Thanks,
Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Sorry, there are in .NET 2.0. I don't know if they're not present in
VS 2003 / .NET 1.1
So try this to copy image to clipboard as you say SetDataObject exists
in .NET 1.1:
Dim myimage As Object = lPictureBox.Ima ge
Clipboard.SetDa taObject(myimag e)
Thanks,
Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -

.. or you can simply try to use:

*Clipboard.SetD ataObject(lPict ureBox.Image)

...and see if it does not result with errors anylonger.

Hope this helps,

Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
Jun 27 '08 #8
On Jun 5, 8:02 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -

I actually did try the Clipboard.SetDa taObject(lPictu reBox.Image)
without using an Object and it is still not working.

Thanks,
Joe

On Jun 5, 11:19 am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 5:59 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -
The snipped you gave me will compile and run but the Clipboard tells
me that the "ClipBook Viewer cannot display the information in its
current format or there is not enough memory ...". I cannot paste it
into anything either.
I think that the Image is in some raw format that needs to be
converted to a *.png. It works with the Image.Save but I have found
no other way to convert the format.
Thanks,
Joe
On Jun 5, 10:43 am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 5:18 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -
I have .NET 1.1 and Visual Studio 2003 and there is no GetImage and
SetImage function of Clipboard.
Thanks,
Joe
On Jun 5, 9:24 am, kimiraikkonen <kimiraikkone.. .@gmail.comwrot e:
On Jun 5, 4:00 pm, Joe Duchtel <duch...@gmail. comwrote:
Hello -
I have the following code to get a bitmap from the clipboard and to
save it to a *.png file ...
Dim lData As IDataObject = Clipboard.GetDa taObject()
If lData.GetDataPr esent(DataForma ts.Bitmap) Then
Dim lPictureBox As New PictureBox
lPictureBox.Ima ge = lData.GetData(D ataFormats.Bitm ap,
True)
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
End If
How can I take the Image and put it back onto the Clipboard asa Png?
I found the Clipboard.SetDa taObject() function but how can I use the
PictureBox or Image to convert it into a format that can be used by
SetDataObject() ?
Thanks!
Joe
To retrieve image from clipboard, have you considered using:
' Assuming your picturebox's name is "lPictureBo x"
lPictureBox.Ima ge = Clipboard.GetIm age
' Save now in PNG format
lPictureBox.Ima ge.Save("Test.p ng",
System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
.... and
' To add image to clipboard
Clipboard.SetIm age(lPictureBox .Image)
Thanks,
Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Sorry, there are in .NET 2.0. I don't know if they're not present in
VS 2003 / .NET 1.1
So try this to copy image to clipboard as you say SetDataObject exists
in .NET 1.1:
Dim myimage As Object = lPictureBox.Ima ge
Clipboard.SetDa taObject(myimag e)
Thanks,
Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
.. or you can simply try to use:
Clipboard.SetDa taObject(lPictu reBox.Image)
...and see if it does not result with errors anylonger.
Hope this helps,
Onur Güzel- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Which step is not working? Pasting to somewhere?

I was able to paste a image to Clipboard Viewer and mspaint (Paint)
after copying image to the clipboard.
Clipboard.SetDa taObject(lPictu reBox.Image) and make sure your
picturebox has a picture that'll be copied to the clipboard as well.

Thanks,

Onur Güzel
Jun 27 '08 #9
How can I take the Image and put it back onto the Clipboard as a Png?

1) Create a MemoryStream object
2) Save your image to the stream encoded as a Png
Image.Save(ms, System.Drawing. Imaging.ImageFo rmat.Png)
3) Create a new DataObject
4) Use SetData("PNG", false, ms) to embed the encoded png memory stream into
the dataObject
5) Use Clipboard.SetDa taObject(dataOb ject, false) to place the dataObject on
the clipboard
Jun 27 '08 #10

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