A day might have come in your life, where you had asked yourself while working on Word that, wouldn’t it be great if I could insert my PPT into this Microsoft Word document?
I used to have this feeling every alternate day when I had to work on my projects during my graduate days because at that moment I wasn’t aware of the feature to insert PowerPoint documents, PDF files or other objects into my Word document.
We aren’t aware of this feature because it is not clearly visible in Word 2010 like inserting your images or screenshots, etc.
Link PowerPoint and PDF to Word
Let us understand how to accomplish it:
Open your Microsoft Word document.
Click on Insert tab in Word. You will find an Object scroll down button under Text Category.
Click on Browse to locate the file you want to link to your Word 2010 document. I selected a .pdf file just for the sake of an example.
Check Link to File and Display as Icon buttons.
You will find the file is appearing as an icon. Click on it to open it directly from Word 2010.
The idea of sharing this tip is to allow you to interlink your important documents so that if any user wants to view them he can open it directly from your Word 2010 document rather than searching the whole hard disk to locate that particular file.
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