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How Can I Integrate a Chart Into Other Documents?

How Can I Integrate a Chart Into Other Documents?

When working with any set of data, you should only have to enter that data once in a digital format. For example, if you create a chart using a spreadsheet such as Excel, you should be able to easily import that chart into a document created with Word or OpenOffice Writer or some other word processor.

To import a chart to another document, follow these steps:

  • Highlight the chart, as you see in Figure 38.1, by clicking once anywhere in the chart area. When selected, the border of the chart changes from being a thin black line to a wider gray edge.
  • Right-click and select Copy or click Copy from the Home tab.
  • Open the document into which you ...
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