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What is the difference between the following techniques for copy & paste, embedding, linking?
Weegy: copy and paste means "Data will appear where you paste it". Embedding & linkin means "You are giving a hyperlink to access data and data in another page" (More)
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How would a linked Excel worksheet and chart ehance a word document?
Weegy: The terms that Microsoft uses for putting an object from one application inside another are linking and embedding. [ When you link a chart from an Excel worksheet to a Word document, the link that refers to the chart in the Word document. Check this site for step by step process. : ] (More)
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What is the difference between the following techniques for coping & paste, Embedding, linking?
Weegy: Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) enables you to create work in one application and share that work with another application.Object linking and object embedding are two related techniques that seem to accomplish similar goals. [ The main difference between linking and embedding is where the data is stored. ] (More)
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How would a linked Excel worksheet and chart ehance a word document?
Weegy: The following steps illustrate how to place an Excel chart inside a Word document, by linking, embedding or inserting the chart as a picture. Open both the Excel workbook and the Word document. Click in the Excel workbook, [ select the chart and choose Edit > Copy. Switch to Microsoft Word and choose Edit > Paste Special. To paste the chart as a picture choose Paste > Picture (Enhanced Metafile) and click OK. To embed the chart, choose Paste > Microsoft Office Excel Chart Object and click OK. To link the chart, choose Paste Link > Microsoft Office Excel Chart Object. If you created the chart as a picture then you can treat it just as you would any picture in a Word document. You can resize it, crop it and adjust its brightness and contrast using the tools on the Picture toolbar. If you embedded the chart, you can double-click it inside the Word document to open Excel inside Microsoft Word. You can now make changes to the data or alter the chart formatting. When you are done, click outside the object to return to working in Word. You can manage the chart link in your Word document by choosing Edit > Links to display the Links dialog. Here you can select whether or not a link should be updated automatically and, if the link is ever broken, you can select the link in this dialog and choose Change Source to fix it. ] (More)
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