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Part: VI Combining the Applications > Using Programs Together

Chapter 26. Using Programs Together

Separately, each Office application is impressive. But when combined, they form a powerful system for sharing information.

One simple way of combining information from different Office applications is by copying, embedding, and linking. You can copy a table of numeric data from Excel into a Word document—to add some relevant numbers to a memo, for instance. Or to ensure that later changes to the Excel data automatically flow to the table in the Word document, you can link the data between the documents.


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