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BUS 150, Week 5 Notes Object Linking and Embedding

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BUS 150, Week 5 Notes Object Linking and Embedding BUS 150

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These notes cover the entire lesson on Object Linking and Embedding (OLE).
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Date Created: 10/03/16
OBJECT LINKING AND EMBEDDING (OLE)  Allows you to make compound documents with data from multiple applications  Object o Data created using tools of 1 program which is then placed into a different program  Server o Application you use to create object  Client o Program who accepts object and places it into a different program  Source Document o File in which that object is physically created  Destination or Compound Document/Container o File into which object is being placed (belongs to client)  Can exist between non-office programs  Copy object from source document into Windows Clipboard (1 object at a time) o Paste special paste = embedding o Paste special paste link = linking  LINKING o When you link, you are pasting a representation of the object o 2 hidden codes are also placed (name of server and name of source document) o object remains in source document, you make changes in the source document and it affects the representation of the object in the destination document because they are linked  EMBEDDING o Placing a copy of the object in destination document o Also hidden is only the name of the server o Once you embed, the connection to the source document is over; not connected  Must say worksheet object when you link/embed  Wrap object so you can move it easily  Can right click “Update Link” if linked object doesn’t automatically update  If you move/rename the source document, you will have a broken link; can fix by changing source in “links” (file tab)  Deleted source= broken link you cannot fix it  With embedded object, there is “in place editing” so you only need to email the destination document  Insert chart as chart object; linked will update with source doc, embedded will not


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