Pasting tables from Excel


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Pasting tables from Excel

Occasionally, we already have our data typed in Excel, and we just want to transfer it to PowerPoint. I'm going to show you a few ways that we can do that, all using copy and paste, and in the process, you're going to see a new feature for PowerPoint 2010 called Paste Preview. Let's add a new slide for Sales Results after slide number 13. With 13 selected, I'll go to the Home tab, pull down the New Slide menu and choose Title and Content. We'll give this the title Sales Results.

Let's head over to our Asset folder because we've got an Excel workbook waiting for us that has the data we need. Here in our Assets folder is Quarterly Sales Results, and there's our numbers. Pretty impressive for an olive grower based in New York. Let's get this into our slideshow. I'll select the cells I want and hit Copy, or Ctrl+C. Heading back to PowerPoint, I'll place my cursor inside the placeholder, but don't hit Paste just yet; instead, from the Home tab in t...

Pasting tables from Excel
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Pasting tables from Excel provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training

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