Ever need to insert an Excel worksheet into a Word document and have them linked so that when you update the main Excel worksheet, it automatically updates the values in the Word document also?
Well, there are actually a couple of ways to insert an Excel spreadsheet into Word: linking, embedding and creating a new one.
Let’s start off with the first method, which is basically just copying and pasting from Excel into Word.
Note that when using this method, you have the option to include only a part of the Excel spreadsheet in the Word document.
Update End Sub Private Sub App_Window Selection Change(By Val Sel As Selection) Active Document. Update End Sub This code updates all fields in a Word template automatically.Whether you embed or link, the inserted Excel spreadsheet will not automatically get updated unless you specifically create the link between the two files.Once linked, however, then the data in the embedded or linked spreadsheet will update whenever changes are detected in the originating Excel spreadsheet.If you currently own Office 2013 through an Office 365 subscription purchased prior to Office 2016's release, you can update to Office 2016 for free; otherwise, you will need to purchase either an Office 365 subscription or a permanent version of Office 2016.This library guide has online help sheets and a list of online resources available for End Note.