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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Excel® 2010 by Laurie Ulrich Fuller, Deidre Hayes, Jeffery A. Riley

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Importing and Exporting Your Excel Content

ONE OF THE GREAT THINGS about Microsoft Office—and there are many—is that it’s really easy to share content between applications in the suite. It’s also easy to take content from another non-Office application and bring it into an Office document, workbook, presentation, or database. Sharing in the other direction—from Office to a non-Office application—is usually pretty simple, too, thanks to the support Office provides for saving and exporting your Office creations (or portions thereof) in a variety of ways.

Using Word, PowerPoint, and Excel Together

To create consistency across your Office-created files, you’ll probably need to bring content from a document or presentation into your Excel workbooks ...

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