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Integrate Host Data with Office Tools

You can send entire host screens or selected data directly to Microsoft Office products installed on your computer.

To copy and paste host screens or data, see Enter or Integrate Host Data Using the Clipboard.

To send data from the current screen to an Office component

  1. Navigate to the host data you want to send.
  2. Select specific data to send.

    -or-

    To send the entire screen, don't select anything.

  3. Click the Office Tools split button to open the Office Tools docking pane.
  4. Choose the Office component to receive the host data.

    Choose

    To do this

    Email Message

    Create an Outlook e-mail message that includes the selected host data.

    Contact

    Create a new contact in Outlook that includes the selected host data in the Notes field.

    Appointment

    Create an Outlook appointment that includes the selected host data in the message field.

    Note

    Create an Outlook "sticky" note that includes the selected host data.

    Task

    Create an unscheduled Outlook task that includes the selected host data in the task body field.

    Word Processing Document

    Create a Word document that includes the selected host data.

To send host screens from screen history to an Office component

  1. On the Session ribbon, click the Screen History button.

    The Screen History task pane opens.

  2. From the toolbar in the Screen History task pane, click the Office Tools button.
  3. Select the screens that you want to send.
  4. From the Document Type list box, select the type of Office document that you want to create:

    Choose

    To do this

    Word processing document

    Create a Word document that includes the selected screens as text or images specify which in the Insert Screen As list box.

    Presentation

    Create a PowerPoint presentation that includes the selected screens as bitmap images.

    Email message

    Create an Outlook e-mail message that includes the selected screens as text.

    Note

    Create an Outlook "sticky" note that includes the selected screens as text.

  5. Click OK.

Related Topics

Enter or Integrate Host Data Using the Clipboard

Configure Office Tools Dialog Box

Office Tools Dialog Box

Capture Screen History

Capture Screens Manually