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To work in Windows 7 & Windows 8 tablets with cameras fitted (front or rear facing)
Microsoft Office - Word & Excel 2010 or newer
Need to invoke the tablet / laptop camera while in Word as described below. If the tablet has more than 1 camera we need easy ways to select the correct camera.
1 x Word document with Automatic table addition & camera image insert
This is what we want to achieve….
We want to have the ability to add text and photos\ video using the integrated camera on a tablet\laptop to different places in the document.
Word - document
Each button to activate a macro to perform the specific task in the Word document. The buttons can be under the table or in the table – we don’t mind if the buttons are in the table or below it, its the functionality that matters.
The document to have an expanding number of rows split in two columns;
The document opens initially with a table with just one row.
The cells to have a 1 pixel border on all sides both cells.
Each row has two columns - split at 50% width, left cell for text, right cell for image.
The inserted image should fill the space – can be resized by the macro in view only or actually resized – don’t care either way. .
How it will work;
The operator presses the insert button
The camera window opens & they take the photo. On save - the image replaces the buttons AND adds a new row below ready for more the next input. The process repeats as many times as required
If they don’t want add a photo they can press insert blank line
This leaves the text in place makes the image area blank and adds a new row below
If they press End
This deletes the current row completely no more entry
Would like a way to be able to insert a new row in the middle of the table if they forgot to add an item. We are open to suggestions of how they can do this – perhaps it’s a matter of placing the cursor in the table and pressing another macro button in the top menu of the Word document to insert a new line with the buttons in it.