Excel to Word Conversion

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Excel to Word conversion will allow you to maintain much of the original document's formatting. Find out about Excel to Word conversion with help from an experienced computer professional in this free video clip.

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How's it going, everybody? My name's Jeff, and today I'm gonna show you how to convert Microsoft Excel to Microsoft Word. Microsoft Excel's really good for creating graphs and spreadsheets and showing your data, and it's really easy to import it right into Microsoft Word with the rest of your text. So, I'm gonna show you how to do that right now. So you're gonna start with a blank Word document, and you're going to have a Excel sheet database ready to go. I made a very simple one with my name and my age and two other fellows with their names and ages as well. And I saved that as Excel page. Very creative title. So I'm gonna go back to my Word document, and I'm going to go insert, file. And once I hit that, there's my Excel page, and I'm gonna insert that, and it's gonna ask you if it's a trusted source, and yes, in this case it is. If it's not a trusted source, you might want to think twice, but okay, and then hit okay again to insert sheet one, and boom, you've converted an Excel file into a Word file, and then you can drag that and get it as big or as small as you want. You can mess with the font to make sure it doesn't go off the page, and that's how you convert Microsoft Excel into Microsoft Word. I'm Jeff, and thank you very much, and good luck.

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