Link or Embed an Excel Worksheet
When one want to create a dynamic link between the content of the document and the content in a Microsoft Office Excel workbook, insert the content as an object. Unlike when the user paste content (such as by pressing CTRL+V), when he or she inserts it as a linked or embedded object, one can work with it in the original program. If one inserts the cells into the document as an Excel object, Microsoft Office Word runs Excel when the user double-clicks the cells, and one can use Excel commands to work with the worksheet content. When one inserts an entire Excel workbook as an object, the document displays only one worksheet. To display different worksheets, double-click the Excel object, and then click the worksheet that one wants.