In the Word2010 document, users can insert an entire file as an object into the current document. The file objects embedded in the Word2010 document can be edited using the original program. To insert an Excel file in a Word2010 document as an example, the following steps are described:
Step 1th, open the Word2010 document window and position the insertion cursor where you want to insert the object. Switch to the Insert ribbon and click the Object button in the text group, as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 Click the object button in step 2nd, switch to the Create by File tab in the Open Object dialog box, and then click the Browse button, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2 "Create by File" tab step 3rd, open the Browse dialog box, find and select the Excel file you want to insert into the Word2010 document, and click the Insert button, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3 Click the Insert button, step 4th, return to the Object dialog box and click OK, as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4 The Object dialog box returns to the Word2010 document window, where the user can see an Excel file object inserted into the current document window. By default, objects inserted into the Word document window exist in the form of pictures. Double-clicking the object opens the file's original program to edit it, as shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5 Tips for Excel files inserted into a Word document: For Office component objects that are supported by Word2010, you can cancel the editing state of an object by clicking any area other than the object.