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Chapter 28. Building Presentations with ... > Combining Word, Excel, and PowerPoin...

Combining Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Files with Hyperlinks

A powerful way to use Office 2003 applications together is to use hyperlinks. A hyperlink is a selection of text or a graphic image that is associated with another file, a Web page on the Internet, or your company’s intranet. You can link Word, PowerPoint, and Excel files quickly and easily with hyperlinks, making it possible to open a workbook from within a Word document, a Word document or Excel workbook from within a PowerPoint presentation, or a PowerPoint presentation from within a Word document or an Excel workbook. There is no limit to the number of hyperlinks you can insert into a single file, nor is there a limit to the relationships that hyperlinks can create—for example, a hyperlink in a Word document can point to a presentation that contains an Excel chart, thus combining two applications in a single link.

Following are some ideas for using hyperlinks with Office XP:


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