Pasting an image from MS Powerpoint or MS Word does not work. It works though when using Edit-Paste Special - "GDI Metafile" or "Bitmap".
(Windows 7/ MS Office 2010 and above)
Create new writer document
Place a picture in MS Word or PPT
Copy image/picture to clipboard
Attempt to paste in LO Writer
=> No effect.
Created attachment 124866 [details]
.clp file from image copied from MS Word 2013
LibO Version: 18.104.22.168.alpha1+
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Isn't this the same bug as: 35176
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 35176 ***
*** Bug 108966 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This is not the same as bug 35176. Copying individual images and copying a document with embedded images are totally different. bug 35176 is about documents with images. This bug is about images.
While I cannot confirm this as a bug, I have to agree with Luke that they are 2 different reports.
For me this is a "works for me", because I opened the attachment https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/attachment.cgi?id=144992 in Word 2013 and copied the image to the clipboard, pasting into a new LO Writer Version: 22.214.171.124 (x64) document as either a straight Ctrl + V or 'Paste Special' as CGI & BMP I get an identical image.
Repeated the test with Word 2010 & 2016 with the same result.
My tests were done on Win 7 Ult (x64) & Win 10 (x64)
Sorry this doesn't help your case, but this seems to be a local issue and NAB.
Thanks, Dave. It is curious that we now have "WFM" for this while bug 35176 is also fixed, but sure, let's close with that status :)
In my installation this bug still exists and I'm curious that an issue that is reproduced by many people is dismissed as 'local issue'. I'm strongly for reopening this bug as NEW!
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Copying a single picture from attachment 92563 [details] or attachment 144992 [details] doesn't work for me. Tested with MSO Word & Excel 2013 on Windows 10 Pro (x64).
More curious, in some cases e.g. if I copy an embedded image from an MS Outlook e-mail or an image/text combination (of bug 35176) from MSO Word then I can paste it with ctrl+v bug not with the menu, toolbar or context menu. These commands are greyed out.
I just reproduced this on 2 different Win 10 machines with Version: 188.8.131.52 (x64) + Office 2013. Also reproduced in a 3rd VM which was a fresh install of Win 10 + Office 2016. Definitely not fixed.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. In a MS Word, open or create a document with an image, like attachment 144992 [details]
2. Select ONLY the image. CTRL+C (only image, no text should be in clipboard)
3. In Writer, New document
Hopefully this will clear up some confusion
So here is an oddity--the same image pasted into PowerPoint 2016 and into Word 2016 has different results on image copy and paste, <Ctrl>+V into empty Writer 184.108.40.206 document.
Attaching clips of NirSoft InsideClipboard stack of what PowerPoint, and then what Word place onto clipboard.
The sequences are different between the two--the PowerPoint clip will paste image to Writer; while the Word clip will not. Looks like Word hits the empty CF_BITMAP bitmap first while the PowerPoint hits the PNG stream.
Is that why the paste from PowerPoint clip works and the paste from Word fails?
The Art::GVML Clipformat -- ID 49962 is an internal non-OOXML MS-ODRAWXML  holding a ZIP of the embedded image.
Created attachment 145044 [details]
Windows clipboard PNG image clipped from PowerPoint
Created attachment 145045 [details]
Windows clipboard PNG image clipped from Word
(In reply to V Stuart Foote from comment #12)
> The sequences are different between the two--the PowerPoint clip will paste
> image to Writer; while the Word clip will not. Looks like Word hits the
> empty CF_BITMAP bitmap first while the PowerPoint hits the PNG stream.
> Is that why the paste from PowerPoint clip works and the paste from Word
If that is issue, would there be some way to guard against zero length CF_BITMAP, or other "standard" clipboard formats that could trip things up?
Also, for interoperability, would it be worth creating a module to handle the Art::GVML Clipformat? Its been around forever 
I guess the best would be to figure out what MSO uses between their apps for copy&paste and make sure we read the same.
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