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Chapter 30. Using Programs Together

Alone, each Office application is impressive enough, but combined they form a powerful system that can pass information between applications.

To add some numbers to a memo, for example, you can copy a table of numeric data from Excel to a Word document. To ensure that future changes to the Excel numbers will flow through to the table in the Word document, you can even create a link between the original numbers in Excel and the copies in Word. Then, whenever the Excel numbers are updated, the copies in Word will be updated, too. See Chapter 29 for detailed information on dragging and dropping, linking, and embedding objects.


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