How to Paste an Entire Excel Page Into Word Without Going Off the Edge

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Pasting an entire Excel page into Word will give your document a nice graphic element. Paste an entire Excel page into Word with help from an experienced computer professional in this free video clip.

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Hey, everybody. I'm Jeff. Today, I'm going to show you how to import a Microsoft Excel document into Microsoft Word. Pasting a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet into Microsoft Word can give your document a really nice graphic element. Now, first of all, you're going to want to a blank Word document and you're also going to want a database in Excel to work it from. I did a very basic one with my name, my age and two other young gentlemen and their ages as well. So, there's three of us, nice, small database. I saved this as Excel page on my desktop. And so, once you save it, you're going to back into blank Word document. You're going to go up to Insert, File and then, on the desktop, there we go, Excel page. And then, I'm going to insert that. And it says, this file needs to opened by the Excel workbook text converter, which may pose security risk if the file you are opening is a malicious file. Choose O.K. to open this file only if you are sure it is from a trusted source. I trust myself, so I'm going to hit O.K. and open it. And then, you know, it does its thing and it's working. And then, we get the spinny thing. And then,m open workbook, and if you have multiple sheets, you can select which sheet you want. Or if you want the whole workbook, you can do that. But there's only one sheet on that, so I'm going to hit O.K. And just like magic, it appears into the Word document. And you can change the size, if you want. So, if you're worried about it going off the edge. You can, first of all, you could change the font size and make it all a little smaller, if you're really worried about that. Like, if we add a big one, it just doesn't look good. You can space it out and make it any size you want. So that there's no way it could get chopped off. And that's how you paste a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet into Microsoft Word. I'm Jeff and thank you very much for watching.


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