To add data from an Excel worksheet to a Word document:
In Excel, select the worksheet data, and press Ctrl + C (or select Home and click Copy, from the Clipboard group)
Click in the Word document, and press Ctrl + V (or select Home and click Paste, from the Clipboard group)
Click Paste Options, and select the type of paste you want
You can paste the data as a table, retaining the original formatting, or use styles from the Word document, as shown. Alternatively, paste the data as a picture or tab-separated text. There are also options to maintain a link with the original worksheet.
To copy an Excel chart to your Word document:
In Excel, select the chart on the worksheet or chart sheet, and press Ctrl + C (or select Home, Copy)
In the Word document, click where you want the chart, and press Ctrl + V (or select Home, Paste)
Click Paste Options, and select the type you want
You can choose to simply paste the chart as a Picture. Alternatively, you may Keep Source Formatting, or Use Destination Theme, and Embed Workbook or Link Data.
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