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Copying and pasting pictures from Excel

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A friend gave me an Excel spreadsheet that has lots of photos pasted into it.  We are trying to copy those photos into Publisher.  When we select multiple photos and paste them into Publisher, it pastes them as a single object, rather than individual photos.  How can we select all of the photos and paste them into Publisher so that they will be "addressable" as individual photos?
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Michal Ziemba earned 500 total points
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Hi,
Copy pictures from Excel spreadsheet, open MS Word and create the empty document, paste pictures into this document, save the document and open it in the MS Publisher. You should have them separate now.
I hope this helped.
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by:K A
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Yes sir!  Worked perfectly.  Thanks for the advice.
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