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can any one advice, how to create a "link" in word 2007 without using
"hyperlink" and "object add" options?.
For example : Let consider there are 3 forms(form1,form2 and form3).I want
to embedded "form 2" and "form 3" inside the "form1" document, in which by
clicking on form2 or form3 those forms should open up.

Plz reply to this question as far as possible.Looking forward to hear from u.

Thanks and regards
Rakhi
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Click on the Insert Tab and then on Object and then go to the Create from
File tab and browse to the file that you want to insert and check the "Link
to file" and "Display as icon" boxes.

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can any one advice, how to create a "link" in word 2007 without using
"hyperlink" and "object add" options?.
For example : Let consider there are 3 forms(form1,form2 and form3).I want
to embedded "form 2" and "form 3" inside the "form1" document, in which
by
clicking on form2 or form3 those forms should open up.

Plz reply to this question as far as possible.Looking forward to hear from
u.

Thanks and regards
Rakhi


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