Embedded Object treated as an image

Embedded Object treated as an image


I just wanted to share a little personal experience with Microsoft Word. I have my personal word document which contains an embedded zip object containing my Todolist files. I keep it as a single capsule for portabiity reasons. I just have one observation that when the object is copied using Word’s clipboard operations and pasted to Explorer and even after that closing the Word document you would be getting a message like ‘You placed a large image in the clipboard’.


I admit that binary objects are images from the DEV perspective but just thought Word should be more explanatory in the nature of the message when it comes to addressing and clearing the doubts of a non-tech-savvy person.


This applies to Microsoft Word 2003.

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