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How to paste Excel as linked object in Power Point

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    How to paste Excel as linked object in Power Point

    Hi,

    I'm doing a presenation in Powerpoint, which I don't really use.

    I need to insert some graphs and tables from excel into PowerPoint as a linked object.

    However, I cannot find an option to do this.

    Can someone assist please?

    And i'm really bad at PowerPoint so you will have to talk me through it in very basic fashion (noddy language!)

    Thank you

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    Re: How to paste Excel as linked object in Power Point

    In Excel, select the object you want to link to and copy it (either by CTRL+c or by "copy" on the ribbon).

    In PowerPoint, on the Home panel of the ribbon, click on the word "Paste" (not the clipboard icon, make sure you click below that). Select "Paste Special". Select "Microsoft Excel Worksheet Object" from the list (this phrase might vary if you have a chart or other type of object). To the left, click on the button for "Paste Link".

    Click "OK".

    Any time the Excel file is updated, your PowerPoint file will reflect the change.

    If it doesn't do what you are expecting, post again!

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