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Re: st: Copying diagrams from SEM Builder


From   W Robert Long <W.R.Long@leeds.ac.uk>
To   "statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu" <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   Re: st: Copying diagrams from SEM Builder
Date   Sun, 31 Mar 2013 23:12:07 +0100

Hi Phil

In SEM builder, if I choose Edit-Copy, or just Ctrl-C, and then go to Powerpoint and do Ctrl V then the resulting figure is enclosed in a box. The only way I have found to avoid this is to paste it into a graphic program such as paint.net , remove the border by hand, and copy/paste that into powerpoint.

I am not saving the diagram to a file - just using copy/paste

Hope I'm explaining myself.

Thanks
RL

On 31/03/2013 15:17, Phil Schumm wrote:
On Mar 31, 2013, at 8:04 AM, W Robert Long wrote:
Is there a way to easily copy diagrams from SEM Builder, so that they are not framed with a box ? I need to copy them into Powerpoint and at the moment, the only way I can get rid of the box is to first copy it into a graphics program, resize and remove the box, and then copy/paste into Powerpoint. This is becoming very tedious. It would be great if I can Ctrl-C in SEM Builder and Ctrl-V in Powerpoint...

Not sure what you are referring to here, since if I build and estimate a model using the SEM GUI and then use the "Copy" button, the resulting image is not surrounded by a border.  Note that you can save the image from within Stata in a variety of formats (e.g., ps, eps, pdf, etc.), all of which can be easily used in PowerPoint.  As with "Copy", the resulting files do not have a border for me.  Maybe that would work for you?


-- Phil


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