[mso] Re: Word and Visio

Hi Anthony....I don't use Visio so I don't know if this will
work...maybe someone who has Visio installed can help you more....but
here's what I would try

In Word, click where you want the Visio file to be, then go to
Insert>Object....click on the Create from File tab and browse to your
Visio file and see if you can insert it that way, maybe?

Linda
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From: mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Colli, Anthony G
Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 2002 12:41 PM
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Subject: [mso] Word and Visio


Folks-

 I use MS Visio 2002 to create database schemas and ER diagrams. I use
MS Word 2000 to create a design specification and proposal. When it
comes time to put them together, I'll print them both out and slide the
Visio documents into the Word document. 

 Is there a way in Word to include the Visio documents? With a OLE
control or something?

-Anthony



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