When a user opens the file on another computer, he can view the embedded object without having access to the original data.
Because an embedded object has no links to the source file, the object is not updated if you change the original data.
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You can use Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) to include content from other programs, such as Word or Excel.
The linked information can be updated automatically if you change the original data in the source file.
For example, you can insert an Office Word document in an Office Excel workbook.
To see what types of content that you can insert, click Object in the Text group on the Insert tab.
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You may also contact the author directly to provide feedback. You may use it to submit enhancements using forks and pull requests.