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

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Manipulating Embedded Objects

Double-clicking an embedded object generally opens the object for editing (in the case of text objects) or renders the object (in the case of a sound or other media annotation). With some kinds of objects, other actions might be possible. For example, if the object came from Microsoft Note-In (an application that might or might not be available on your system), double-clicking the object displays the annotation in a read-only window, as shown below.

Manipulating Embedded Objects

As an alternative to this action, you can open the Note-It annotation in Note-It, where you can add further comments, change the picture associated with the note, and so ...

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