How can I link PDF file within MS Excel 2007?

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Dear all,

I am using MS Office 2007 and computer Operating system Windows 7.

I cannot find a way to link a PDF file within Excel 2007 in a specific cell.

How can I this problem?

Can anyone please advise me how I can solve this problem?

Need your kind assistance.

With best regards.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #116601

How can I link PDF file within MS Excel 2007?

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Dear Imran,

As soon as I read your question, I thought I can certainly help you out. You can surely attach a PDF file in your Excel sheet as a whole document or a link. I am giving you a few steps, by following them, you can add a PDF in your Excel sheet.

Step 1: Create an Excel worksheet or open the existing worksheet in which you want to add your PDF file.

Step 2: Select the cell where you want to add your PDF file.

Step 3: Select the “insert” tab, and then select “object”.

Step 4: First select “Adobe Acrobat PDFXML document”, then select “display as icon” if you just want to show a link. After that select “ok” and save your document.

You are done!

Thank you.

Create new folder window Select the cell to add pdf file Insert object window display the icon object window
Answered By 0 points N/A #116602

How can I link PDF file within MS Excel 2007?

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It’s very simple, just follow step below:

1) Open Microsoft Excel, go to Insert, then choose from right side.

2) Select Options as displayed in a given image.

3) Click on Tab Create File from, click on browse to upload answer to save it.

Create form file object window

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