Copy material within
Copy paste work is very simple ,you can
copy the data by selecting the text or
sentence then press shortcut key CTRL+ C
, all selected data ‘ll copied .then you can
paste it anywhere by pressing shortcut key
CTRL+V ,all copied data will show there ,
The second method of copy data is that you just right click on certain selected
paragraph ,a new window ‘ll open click on second option copy , it will copied ,
Then paste this data to anywhere by right click on a page ,a window open ,click
on paste option , the other method to paste data is , Go to HOME and click on
· Link material
within and between
To link or embed an object that's already been created:
In the Object dialog box, select the Create from File tab, and then click Browse to
find the file you want to insert.
To link to the source file, rather than embedding it into yourWord document ,select
Link to file. Same method will use for other applications like Excel and AccessIts mean connect your current
document to an existing document
,when you link a file to your
document source file data will
open to your current document .
Create a hyperlink to a location on the
Select the text or picture that you want to
display as a hyperlink.
On the Insert tab, click Hyperlink.You can
also right-click the text or picture and click
Hyperlink on the shortcut menu.
In the Insert Hyperlink box, type or paste
your link in the Address box.
create a hyperlink to a location on your computer :
Select the text or picture or file that you want to display as a hyperlink.
On the Insert tab, click Hyperlink.You can also right-click the text or
picture and click Hyperlink on the shortcut menu.
In the Insert Hyperlink box, select the file in the address Bar which you
want to open and then click Ok
database to an
You can now import the data in
the text files into a spreadsheet by following
Open a blank worksheet in Excel.
Go to Data.
| Import External Data. | Import Data. ...
Click the text file you want to import, then
Embed an object in a worksheet
Click inside the cell of the spreadsheet where you want to insert the
On the Insert tab, in theText group, click Object.
Click the Create from File tab.
Click Browse, and select the file you want to insert.
database to an
Open the document which is to receive the existing file.
Put the cursor in the place you want the file to go.
From the ribbon go to: Insert tab,Text section, Object and thenText
Navigate through your folder structure and select the file you want.
Double click on the file and the document will be added.
export table or
Select Import tables, queries, forms, reports,
macros, and modules into the current
database and click OK. In the Import Objects
dialog box, on theTables tab, select
the tables you want to import. If you want
to import queries, click the Queries tab and
select the queries you want to import.
Export a database object to another Access database
On the External Data tab, in the Export group, clickAccess. ...
Access opens the Export - Access Database dialog box.
In the File name box on the Export - Access Database dialog box, specify
the name of the destination database and then clickOK.
The important feature which use as import and export table or other
database to MS excel orWord is that , right click on the specific table
which you want to export ,click on export , it will open a new tab,
choose a file where you want to export your file then click next and then