You can have a blank Excel worksheet appear on your slide. The cells
of the worksheet will then be available to type into. To try it for
yourself, insert a blank slide from the PowerPoint menu bar. Click Insert
> Object
again. The dialogue box will look like this:

From the Object type list, select Microsoft Excel Worksheet.
Then click OK. Your slide will look like the one in the image below:

This is an Excel Worksheet embedded into the slide. The image above
shows that cell A1 is selected. In the Image below, we’ve entered some
data:

You can even create an Excel chart, once you’ve entered your data.
Click Insert from the powerpoint menu bar, and you’ll see a Chart
option. Click the other menus and you’ll see a lot of them now have
the same options that you find in Excel.

In the image below, we’ve created an Excel chart from our simple data:

If you’re familiar with Excel, have a play around with the menu option.
You can do quite a lot from powerpoint that you can do in Excel itself!

 

Insert a Ready-Made Excel Chart

The third Excel option is really just a variation of the above. This
time, however, you get a default chart and a worksheet already prepared.

Insert another blank slide, and click Insert > Object again.
From the dialogue box, select Microsoft Excel Chart from the
list:

Click OK, and your slide will look like this:

As you can see, a chart is already prepared. But you can change this.
Click on Sheet1 at the bottom to see the data:

You can enter your own data here, and the chart will update automatically.

By embedding an Excel Chart into powerpoint, you can give your presentations
a more sophisticated look – it might even impress the boss!

In the next section, we’ll take a look at adding video and sound to
your presentations.

 

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