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Jud. Thanks for the reply. Yes, I tried the old copy & paste--with no
success. When pasted in Word, the text was severely condensed and spread out
all over the document. It was unreadable and unprintable.
It is hard to believe that this simple function doesn't work. I guess when
all is said, I'm simply trying to print a PWI file on my PC. I never
considered using Pocket Word. Tried it and it worked as expected. Not sure
why Word Works and notes doesn't. Will use until Notes can be printed.
"Jud Hardcastle" <email@example.com> wrote in
> In article <#QBrM73jEHA.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> email@example.com says...
> > I often create "notes" on my HP 2210 in the "pencil/pen" mode (my own
> > writing). When I synch, I can view the "notes" from Outlook, but can't
> > them. In viewing the notes, I enter Ctrl P, get a print dialogue box,
> > print, and nothing goes. All works fine when printing non scripted
> Wow, in all the time I used Notes I never hit that (or have forgotten
> it--I use Pocket Word for all drawing stuff now). Looks like a bug--
> prints fine unless there's an embedded wmf picture object.
> Try this kludge.
> From within the Outlook Note, Do a Ctrl A (select all), Ctrl C (copy)
> Open WordPad or Word
> Do a Ctrl V (paste)
> If you see the embedded object then you should be able to print from
> I'm still looking for an application that can do simple drawing on the
> ppc, sync it to the pc, see and MODIFY the drawing there with similar
> controls, and sync it back. Similar to RiteMail but without emailing
> the note. Lots of drawing programs out there but none that I can find
> with both ppc and pc pieces--not even PhatPad I believe. Even something
> on the pc (i.e. old InkWriter) that could directly edit and save the PWI
> note files would work although it couldn't modify old objects like RM.
> Crazy nobody has written anything.
> Dallas TX USA