Just this evening I received an e-mail from Autodesk letting me know my AU Unplugged session "The Training Trinity: Fundamentals of a Successful Training Program" was accepted. Thank you to everyone who voted for my session. If you’re attending AU, be sure to check out the AU Unplugged Schedule. There you will find the full list of, and information on each of the AU Unplugged sessions. I do look forward to meeting some of you guys!
Throughout the years, I have seen both high and low-tech ways of inserting AutoCAD DWG’s into Microsoft Office documents. I believe the most low tech way I have seen included printing each the MS Word file, and the AutoCAD DWG, then using Scotch Tape to insert the DWG onto the printed document. Run it through a photocopier, and no one will ever know (unless you were a messy Scotch Taper). But what do you say we jump into the 21st century?
Staying in the 21st century, AutoCAD does actually provide us with a fair number of options for inserting AutoCAD DWG’s into MS Office documents. Although a Ctrl + C (Copy) and Ctrl + V (Paste) will work, it will insert your AutoCAD DWG just as it looks in AutoCAD – including the black background. My guess is you would rather have it look similar to the way your DWG plots?