Question about Microsoft Office Standard 2007: Windows
2.Switch to Word.
3.In Word, triple-click the paragraph that says "Put my Excel chart here". (That selects the whole paragraph and its paragraph marker.)
4.Now, paste the picture.
•In Word 2003 and earlier versions, do Edit > Paste Special and choose Picture (Enhanced Metafile).
•In Word 2007 and Word 2010, on the Home tab, click the bottom of the Paste split button and choose Paste Special. Then choose Picture (Enhanced Metafile).
•In any version, if you want to link the Excel workbook and the Word document (so the Word document will update whenever the Excel workbook changes, then click the Paste Link option). And click OK.
•In Word 2003 and earlier versions, double-click the chart or range you have just pasted, so you see the Format Picture dialog box. At the top of that dialog box, click the Layout tab. On the Layout tab, click In line with text and click OK.
6.Done! You now have a landscape chart or region of a worksheet in your Word document. Use File > Print Preview to check. To fine tune the formatting, or sort out headers and footers, read on.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
If you already have them in another file ...you can try to just copy /paste them ..but in this case you might end up just with the data and no tab ...cause sometimes it do not copy the whole tab ....and my advice in this case is try with insert button ..and than try to browse fro the file you need to insert and see if it works ..if it is not working you will have to choose insert ..excel sheet ..and after that either manually write the data ..or try to copy /paste the data from the other tab ..It might just work and fit in the new one ..if you choose to make it the same ..
But I think it will work with insert ..and browse for the file and insert it all at once..
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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