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Problem with pasted images in Mathcad 12

Problem with pasted images in Mathcad 12

Problem with pasted images in Mathcad 12

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I pasted some images from one mathcad file to another and everything looked ok, then when I reopened the file the images had been replaced with blue chequered rectangles. I have also tried pasting from Mathcad to paint and then back to mathcad but the same thing happens when I reopen the file.

Doe anyone know how to fix this or what the problem is??


Thanks,
Paul

RE: Problem with pasted images in Mathcad 12

I had the same problem. It has been around for a long time.  As I recall, pasting into another program before pasting into Mathcad seemed to solve the problem.  There is a item on the MathCad forum about this.  There are other solutions but pasting into Word, Excel or mspaint (if I remember properly) solved the problem.

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