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2002-04-04, 13:14 #1
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Linking within Windows (Windows 95 / Office 2000)
Currently my company is in the process of improving our report generation system. We are working with a combination of Microsoft Word 2000 and Microsoft Excel 2000.
Parts of Excel-worksheets are embedded into a Word document, using the
2002-04-05, 04:00 #2
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Re: Linking within Windows (Windows 95 / Office 2000)
> we experienced that after making a copy of the folder that contains both the WORD document and the
> linked EXCEL document often (not always!) the links remain valid; in other words, they are modified
> as links between the WORD document and the EXCEL document within the new folder.
If you run some searches on the Word board for posts containing relative links or absolute links, I think you will find that there are lots of mixed experiences like yours, and maybe no firm answers about when they break and when they don't. Embedding a link from a saved file into a saved file in the same folder is the best case scenario for a "relative" link that can be moved around. But as you say, even that is not guaranteed.
As for questions 2-4, I have no idea what you're talking about. <img src=/S/confused.gif border=0 alt=confused width=15 height=20> Maybe you can explain what you want in more detail.