[R] Metafiiles into Word R 1.9.0

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From: Jesus Frias (Jesus.Frias@dit.ie)
Date: Tue 25 May 2004 - 00:36:15 EST


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Dear R-helpers,

        I recently upgraded to R 1.9.0 in my computer at work and at home:

        1.-The computer at home has Windows XP and Office XP and it seems to work
perfectly and I copy-paste graphics perfectly.

        2.-The computer at work has Microsoft Windows 2000 (5.00.2195 Service Pack
2) and Word 2000 (9.0.4402 SR-1) I cannot copy-paste windows metafiles into
Office applications in my computer at work. The resulting object is empty.

        Is there any way of overcoming this other than going back in R versions?
(an indication to patch from Microsoft Office that can take new metafiles
:-).

best regards,

Jesus

P.S.: this mail is probably a similar topic as Patrick Giraudoux email at
the beginning of the month, I apologise for the duplication.

platform i386-pc-mingw32
arch i386
os mingw32
system i386, mingw32
status
major 1
minor 9.0
year 2004
month 04
day 12
language R

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Jesús María Frías Celayeta
School of Food Sci. and Env. Health.
Faculty of Tourism and Food
Dublin Institute of Technology
Cathal Brugha St., Dublin 1. Ireland
t +353 1 4024459 f +353 1 4024495
w www.dit.ie/DIT/tourismfood/science/staff/frias.html
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