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    Pasting charts etc

    What is the "best" way to paste things like charts created in PowerPoint into Word? (If I do not want to edit the data). If I use 'as Picture', there is font distortion (maybe it is my font or printer however). If I use 'Drawing Objects or Graph Object' the charts are a hassle to re-size. Seems like 'Picture Enhanced Metafile' is the way to go. Am I corect? Have I answered my own question!

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    Re: Pasting charts etc

    Best is MS Office Drawing Object, because it retains its character as an Excel object. YOu can always convert it back to an Excel Chart.

    Resizing is fairly easy, and placing on the page can be made easy if you adapt the macro posted on another thread on this Board (search on words, "Placing Figures"). This will allow you to insert the object into a text box and get the text box resized to mathc the size of the object.

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