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Subject:RE: Embedding MS Project file into MS Word From:"Sweet, Gregory (HEALTH)" <gregory -dot- sweet -at- health -dot- ny -dot- gov> To:Stan Burnett <stanb -at- xmission -dot- com>, 'techwr-l' <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Fri, 6 Mar 2015 15:45:48 +0000
Off the cuff:
Save Project file as a PDF, then Insert the PDF object
Or since your original plan was to use an icon anyway, place a nice image in your Word doc. Select the image, then choose Insert > Hyperlink and create a link to the Project file. Be sure to include the Project file in distribution.
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> Margaret, thanks for the reply. The content in the Project file is too large for
> an image to be practical.
> I need a way to attach content other than an image, and other than the
> simple Insert > Object (which doesn't work because of the bug).
> Thanks again,
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