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Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 Inside Out by Mark Dodge, Craig Stinson

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Chapter 21. Linking and Embedding

Microsoft no longer uses the term object linking and embedding (OLE) to describe its technology for creating "compound" documents—that is, documents that integrate data from multiple applications. But the technology is still there, and if you work with the full suite of Microsoft Office applications, you will undoubtedly have many occasions to take advantage of it.

Part of the reason that OLE has disappeared from Microsoft's formal vocabulary is that linking and embedding capability is nearly universal in major Microsoft ...

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