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Microsoft® Office Project 2007 Inside Out by Teresa S. Stover

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Embedding Information

An object is a class or a group of data that gets its format from another application. When you embed an object in one application that originated in a different application, you’re basically inserting an entire file, with all of its source application’s capabilities, into the target application.

For example, suppose that in Microsoft Project you embed a graphics illustration object originally created in a graphics application. The graphics object appears in Microsoft Project as if you created it there. If you double-click the object, the graphics application in which it was created is launched; you can make changes to the illustration on the spot, save them, and close the application. The changes you made are reflected instantly ...

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