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    Combining Word and Excel into one document (Office 2007)

    Is there anyway to combine one or more Word documents with several Excel documents, some in Portrait and some in Landscape, into a single document with sequential page numbers? I have been doing this manually, by altering starting page numbers, but would like to be able to print (and save) the combined document as a single entity.

    If Office doesn't have this ability, should I be using something else, such as Publisher?

    THanks for your help
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    Re: Combining Word and Excel into one document (Office 2007)

    Microsoft Office used to include an application created for that very purpose, Microsoft Binder, but this was disconinued after Office 2000.

    You can copy and paste Excel tables into a Word document, or paste special as a link (so that changes in the original Excel workbooks will be reflected in the Word document). The Word document would be the one you print.

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    Re: Combining Word and Excel into one document (Office 2007)

    Thanks, Hans.
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    Re: Combining Word and Excel into one document (Office 2007)

    Or you could print the documents and excel sheets into,.pdf and combine them
    Thanks John
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