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

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Embedding and Linking with the Object Command

Choosing Insert, Object allows you to embed an object that doesn't exist as Clipboard data. As Figure 21-5 shows, the Object dialog box has two tabs, Create New and Create From File. Using the Create New tab, you can create an object from scratch and then embed it. Using the Create From File tab, you can either embed or link an entire file.

By choosing Insert, Object, you can create embeddable objects or link or embed entire files.

Figure 21-5. By choosing Insert, Object, you can create embeddable objects or link or embed entire files.

The list on the Create New tab includes document types that are probably familiar, such as Bitmap Image and Microsoft Word Document, as well as the names of OLE ...

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