Hello, I'm trying to figure out how to copy an Excel chart into Word, for use in both a printed and online document, while maintaining the chart exactly as copied (no dynamic changes when Excel data is updated).We had previously used the Paste as Picture | Enhanced Metafile option in previous versions of Word, but for some reason the picture quality took a nosedive in Word 2010 using this method.You could have a file-sharing conflict, or maybe the file name is too long.It’s a process that, in theory, makes sure there’s always a good copy of your data on disk.To edit the link, click the File Tab., etc." This error appears for every single chart, so if we have 200 charts in the document, the error appears 200 times.Does anyone have any suggestions on: 1) How to insert a crisp, clean Excel chart in Word without linking the data, OR 2) How to avoid receiving the error message once we've manually broken the links.Some of these tasks do involve changes to the registry through, so make sure you know what you’re doing. You have to determine whether the problem lies in the storage location, the file, or Excel itself.
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If that solves the problem, then there’s something going on locally—maybe the drive is full, a network connection dropped, or the user doesn’t have permissions for that drive.
It can even be antivirus software interfering with the process Excel uses to save files.
Any cross-file linking can already be established (though it is not necessary).
I am trying to automatically update certain information (such as names, dates and numbers) across 3 different Word documents by putting the data into a spreadsheet and linking to the respective cells from Word.