- Creating SmartArt Graphics
- Using the Text Pane with SmartArt Graphics
- Modifying a SmartArt Graphic
- Resizing a SmartArt Graphic
- Formatting a SmartArt Graphic
- Formatting a Shape in a SmartArt Graphic
- Creating an Organization Chart
- Modifying an Organization Chart
- Inserting a Chart
- Selecting Chart Data
- Entering Chart Data
- Editing Chart Data
- Importing Data
- Modifying the Data Worksheet
- Selecting a Chart Type, Layout, and Style
- Formatting Chart Objects
- Changing the Chart Layout Objects
- Saving a Chart Template
- Inserting a Table
- Modifying a Table
- Formatting a Table
- Adding a Quick Style to a Table
- Applying Effects to a Table
- Sharing Information Among Documents
- Embedding and Linking an Object
- Modifying Links
- Inserting a Microsoft Excel Chart
- Inserting a Microsoft Word Document
- Inserting a Microsoft Organization Chart
- Modifying a Microsoft Organization Chart
- Linking and Embedding Sounds
Inserting a Microsoft Word Document
If you need to create a chart for backwards compatibility with Power-Point 97-2003, you can embed a Word document object for Word 97-2003. You can insert a Microsoft Word table into PowerPoint by inserting the document as an embedded object in a slide. When you insert a new or existing Word document, a Microsoft Word document opens in the PowerPoint slide. A Ribbon will also open which assists you in creating and formatting the document. Double-click your embedded object to open Word and edit the document. You must have Microsoft Word installed on your computer to insert a Word document.
Insert a Word Document
Click the Insert tab, and then click Insert Object button.
Click the Create new option, and then click Microsoft Word 97-2003 Document, or click the Create from file option, click the Browse button, and then locate and select the file you want.
A Microsoft Word document opens in the PowerPoint slide.
Use the commands on the Ribbon to create or modify the document that you want.
When you’re done, click outside of the object.