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Google Maps to be placed in a MS Word document

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I have multiple address' and want to be identified on google maps.  Once the addreses are identified I would like that map to be placed in a Word document.  I've looked at BatchGeo but it does not have that feature?

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Not sure what workflow you are trying to achieve, but this article may be helpful.  It teaches how to draw a Google map with markers or icons.  The resulting image can be copied into Word documents.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web_Development/Web_Languages-Standards/PHP/A_3350-Using-the-Google-Maps-API-in-PHP.html
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