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Embedding Data

When you need to include information from a Windows application in your Word document, and you want a copy of the information to go with the Word document, then you should use an embedded object. Embedded objects take the data from the source application and embed it into the Word document. If the recipient of the Word document wants to edit the embedded data, they can use their copy of the source application to make changes.

If you have worked with the WordArt or Microsoft Graph applications, you are familiar with embedded objects and how they work. These programs are shared applications that can be used within any Windows application that supports OLE. Other major applications with Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) capabilities can also embed their data into Word documents.


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