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Microsoft® Office Excel® 2003 Step by Step by Curtis Frye

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Pasting a Chart into Another Document

A final way to include objects from one workbook in another workbook is to copy the object you want to share and then paste it into its new location. One object type for which this ability is particularly handy is chart images. You could copy the worksheet with the data used for a chart and then re-create the chart in its new location, but if you just want to copy the image of the chart in its current form to another document, simply right-click the chart image, click Copy from the shortcut menu that appears, and then paste the image into the other document.

In this exercise, you copy a chart image containing sales information to the Clipboard and paste the image into a PowerPoint presentation.

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