XP Tutorial 8 Microsoft Windows XP Object Linking

XP Tutorial 8 Microsoft Windows XP Object Linking

XP Tutorial 8 Microsoft Windows XP Object Linking and Embedding Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 1 Creating a WordPad Document

XP Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, and click WordPad Type content Click Save Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 2 The Clipboard

XP The Clipboard is an area in your computers memory that temporarily stores the data you cut or copy Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 3 Cut and Paste Options

Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP XP 4 Understanding Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) XP

Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) lets you insert an object into a document and access tools to manipulate the object (usually the tools of the program that were used to create the object) With OLE, you place objects into documents either by embedding them or by linking them Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 5 OLE Terms

Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP XP 6 XP Embedding an Object Using Paste Embedding places a copy of an object into a document and remembers which program

created the object, although it doesnt remember the name of the source file The Paste command in the Edit menu uses the Embed or Link method, depending on what is being copied, from where its being copied, and to where you are Pasting it Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 7 Embedded Object

Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP XP 8 Resizing an Embedded Object XP Click the object, if necessary, to select it and

place a selection box around it Drag the selection box sizing handles to size the image as desired Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 9 Editing an Embedded Object XP

Right-click the embedded object, point to Object on the shortcut menu, and then click Editor double-click the object Edit the object using the source program tools that appear in the destination program window Click outside the selection box to return to the tools of the destination program Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 10

Editing an Embedded Object Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP XP 11 Embedding an Object Using Insert Object XP

Click the place in the destination file where you want to insert the object Click Insert on the menu bar, and then click Object. The Insert Object dialog box opens Click the Create from File option button Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 12 Insert Object Dialog Box

Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP XP 13 Controlling the Appearance of an OLE Object XP

Some users prefer to display OLE objects as icons, especially during the draft phases of creating a multimedia document To display an embedded graphic as an icon, right-click the graphic and then click Object Properties on the shortcut menu Click the View tab Click the Display as icon option, and then click the OK button Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 14

Controlling the Appearance of an OLE Object Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP XP 15 Changing a Display Icon

XP Open the icons property sheet If necessary, click the tab in the Properties dialog box that contains the Change Icon button Click the Change Icon button Click one of the icons that appears in the Change Icon dialog box Click the OK button in the Change Icon dialog box and in the Properties dialog box Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP

16 Changing a Display Icon Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP XP 17 New Icon for Embedded Object

Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP XP 18 XP Using Embedding Methods Paste Special: Using Paste Special allows you to embed the objects or parts of objects in

specialized formats. Open the source file, select the object you want to embed, click Edit, and then click Copy. Then open the destination file, click Edit, and then click Paste Special. Select the file format option you want to use, and then click the OK button Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 19 XP

Using Embedding Methods Insert Object: This method is faster than Paste when you are embedding an entire file, because you dont need to open the source file first. If you need to embed an entire file, such as a graphic image or video clip, click Insert, click Object, and then click Create from File. Locate the file you want to embed, and then click the OK button Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP

20 Linking vs. Embedding Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP XP 21 Linking an Object

XP To use Insert Object, click the location in the destination file where you want to insert the object. Then click Insert, click Object, and then click Create from File in the Insert Object dialog box. Next click Browse to open the Browse dialog box, locate and select the file, click the Link check box, and then click the OK button twice Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP

22 Linking an Object XP To use Paste Special, first open the source file and select the information you want to insert. Click Edit and then click Copy. Open the destination file and click the location where you want to insert the object. Click Edit, and then click Paste Special. In the Paste Special dialog box, click Paste Link and then click the OK button

Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 23 Updating a Linked Object XP If the destination file is closed when you change the source file, any linked objects will usually update automatically the next time you open the

file If the destination file is open when you change the source file, you have to update it manually, using the Links command Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 24 Links Dialog Box Tutorial 8

New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP XP 25 XP Deleting an OLE Object If you insert an OLE object you no longer need, you can delete it from a document the same way you delete text or any other information

Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 26 XP Linking and Playing a Video Clip Link a video clip using Insert Object (the same way you link a graphic). Tutorial 8

New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP 27 Windows XP Multimedia Tools Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP XP 28

Using Media Player: Media Player Buttons Tutorial 8 New Perspectives on Microsoft Windows XP XP 29

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