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Separately, each Office 2011 application is impressive. But when combined, they form a powerful system for sharing information.
One simple way of combining information from different Office applications is by copying, embedding, or linking. You can copy a table of numeric data from Excel into a Word document to add some relevant numbers to a memo, for example. Or to ensure that later changes to the Excel data automatically flow to the table in the Word document, you can link the data between the documents.
In addition to explaining copying, linking, and ...