Paste a graphics image into GeoGebra

alholmeswabasha shared this question 9 years ago
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At present, we can copy the GeoGebra graphics view to the clip board.

Would it be possible to reverse the process, and paste a graphics

window into GeoGebra?

Also- is is possible to have the axes on top of an inserted graphcs

file?

Thanks

Allen


Both problems solved-

I copy a graphics file, paste it into Paint, save it, and insert the

saved file into GeoGebra. I also found the command to put the axes back

on top.

Comments (3)

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Hi,


You can insert an image from a file (picture of a blue flower on the drop down buttons) and then put it in the background (right click, Object properties, background image)


I think it will work for all types of image file, but I don't think you can paste from the clipboard.


Kathryn

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but I don't think you can paste from the clipboard.


Alt-click (when the Image Tool is selected)

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Hi,


I must get to grips with the keyboard shortcuts - and check in 'Help' before I make erroneous statements!


Kathryn

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