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Linking PowerPoint into Word

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I have a school assignment due tomorrow, and I'm encountering problems with linking a PowerPoint "slide" into a Word document.

I'm using the "insert" object and browsing for the file and choosing "slide". However, it inserts the entire presentation instead of only one slide. Any thoughts on this? I've searched Microsoft website and the help feature, which I've followed, but I get the whole presentation linked. Perhaps, there's a short between the keyboard and the floor!

I appreciate any help.

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Open up the Powerpoint file, also have the Word file open. In Powerpoint Right-Click on the slide that you want to place in the Word file. Switch to Word, and Right-Click in the file where you would like the slide to be at. To make the slide outlined, Right-Click on the slide click Borders and Shading. Select Box and click Ok. All steps are for Office 2003, it will work in all versions of Office, but Borders and Shading might be named Borders in other versions of Office. Hope that this helps.
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