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Create, change, or delete an OLE object
Article Show All Hide All You can use Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) (OLE: A program-integration technology that you can use to share information between programs. ...
Outlook 2007, PowerPoint 2007...
Use Slide Libraries to share and reuse PowerPoint 2007 slide content
Article Important To store, share, and reuse slides in a Slide Library, your computer must be running Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 , and it must be connected...
PowerPoint 2007
Copy Excel data or charts to PowerPoint
Article There may be times when you want to present your Microsoft Office Excel worksheet data, or a chart that you created in Excel, in a Microsoft Office PowerPoin...
Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007
I want to add a QuickTime movie (.mov) to my presentation
Article An Apple QuickTime movie (.mov) file cannot be inserted into a Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 presentation. To play a QuickTime movie during your presentation...
PowerPoint 2007
I want to add a digital movie from a video DVD to a presentation
Article It isn't possible to add a digital movie from a video DVD to a presentation in Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. However, some third-party add-ins, such as PFCM...
PowerPoint 2007
Set up an OLE object to run during a presentation
Article Use this procedure after you insert an Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) object , such as a Microsoft Office Excel worksheet, in your presentation by clicki...
PowerPoint 2007
Insert outline text from another program into your PowerPoint presentation
Article If you want to give a presentation based on an existing report or other outlined document (created in Microsoft Office Word 2007 or any other program that su...
PowerPoint 2007
I want to add an Adobe Macromedia Director movie to my presentation
Article Show All Hide All An Adobe Macromedia Director movie file cannot be inserted into a Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 presentation. To play a Director movie duri...
PowerPoint 2007
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