See if this will work;
Double-click the Excel object, go to Excel's Page Setup and click the tab
labeled Sheet. Click the option for Row & Column Headings.
On 4/9/05 12:14 AM, in article Xns963390D75FF2Dtheconsigliere@22.214.171.124,
"The Consigliere" wrote:
> Hello Group.
> I've embedded some excel cells into my report written in Word 2000. Is
> there a way I can display the cell references next to the embedded object
> in the printout.
> For example if cells B10:C15 are the embedded cells, I want those who read
> the printed document to see exactly which rows and which columns the
> numbers belong to. Something like this:
> B C
> 10 Jan 10%
> 11 Feb 15%
> 12 Mar 34%
> 13 Apr 14%
> 14 May 10%
> 15 Jun 12%
> So when I say somthing like "The formula used here is C10/SUM(C10:C15)" my
> readers would be able to refer to the embedded object and do the
> calculations themselves if they wished.
> Is this at all possible?
> I will appreciate any information on this problem.