I can't share a sceenshot with Microsoft Word 365 on my iMac

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I am running Snagit 2019 on my iMac. After capturing an image with Snagit I want to share it directly to Microsoft Word 365 (I have this installed on my computpter) . But, the option does not appear in the Share list. How can I rectify this please?
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Ronnie West

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Posted 5 months ago

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There is a way to take a screenshot within your Office 365 application.
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Luke Griffioen, Employee

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Hi,

If you open Snagit's preferences and select Outputs, you should be able to click the plus button and add Word to your list.

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Ronnie West

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What version are you using because there isn't any 'Outputs' displayed in my version preferences. Maybe you are on Microsoft Windows.  I am on a Mac.
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Luke Griffioen, Employee

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Hi this is Mac version 2019.1.3. What version do you have?
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Ronnie West

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My version is 2019.1.0 (94020{
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Ronnie West

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My version is 2019.1.0 (94020)
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Ronnie West

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Hi Luke, 
I have updated to the latest version and now I can see the same as you. I followed your advice and am now able to capture and share to MS Word.
Thank you for your assistance, I appreciate it.
Ron West.
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Hm-m-m-m-mm-m!  Why are Apple's products not on this list?  Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Mail.app.... Is there a technical reason? If not, can these be added to your programming wish list?
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Luke Griffioen, Employee

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Hi,

This isn't something we've gotten a whole lot of requests for, but we can see if iWork supports the same sort of scriptability as MS Office.
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Ronnie West

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It works perfectly in the Windows version, even MS 365 works as I expect it to.
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Ronnie West

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This problem has now been solved.  My thanks to all those who offered help.
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