Microsoft Office has always been powerful, and the new updates made to its latest version of 2016 have shown that it is more useful, both in terms of functionality and improvements. We all use Microsoft Word write texts, insert images, draw tables and create almost any document we can find. Similar is the case with Distinguish. Any account or calculation to be performed involves the use of the Microsoft Excel in mind. When these two, along with Powerpoint and other Microsoft Office ingredients have been established, there must be a way to do it collegamento They too. This is necessary as different people have different comfort levels when working with all of these. Here we will show you how to insert an Excel sheet into Word.
You would have had previous experience of copying and pasting the entire Excel sheet in word. But that doesn't necessarily mean that when you make a change in Excel, it's automatically reflected in Word every time. Also, copying and pasting is a bit of a tedious task, here we present a method that links word to Excel sheet. When you do that, the entire Excel file gets integrated into the Word document. Also, from now on, any changes made in Excel will be changed in Word as well, without user interference.
To meet this need, simply follow the steps provided below in your order.
STEPS TO INSERT EXCEL IN THE WORD CARD WITH AUTOMATIC CHANGES
- Open the Word document by searching for it in the search bar at the bottom left of the desktop. It would have been installed as part of the Microsoft Office package. It is in this document that we will insert the entire Excel sheet.
- In the menu that appears at the top, choose the option Insert.
- You will find a variety of options at the bottom. Scroll right to find the option Subject. Click the arrow next to it and select the option Subject in the drop-down menu.
- In the new window that appears, you will find two options: Create new and Create from file. Choose the option Create from file. Now find the Excel sheet which needs to be inserted into the Word document. This can be done by choosing the file Look next to the text box provided below.
I chose the example.xlsx sheet of my documents.
- Now once the file is selected, you need to link it to your Word document. To do this, click on the option Link to file. Now press the button ok button.
That is. Now the whole sheet appears in your Word document as shown in the screenshot below. You haven't copied and pasted any of the parts, and what's more, changes to the Excel file are automatically made in Word as well.
This screenshot shows the example.xlsx sheet file examined in STEP 4 that was inserted into the Word document.
Try it. I hope you found this article helpful.