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object linking and embedding (OLE)

Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) is a dynamic data exchange technique developed by Microsoft that dynamically links objects at the desktop level.

With OLE technology, data can be linked between a wide variety of applications if they are OLE-enabled: Texts, graphics, tables or multimedia elements can thus be included in other OLE applications. When OLE-enabled files are linked, a reference is made to the corresponding file. The original file is retained. With embedding, a copy of the file is included in the document. For example, an Excel file can be embedded in a Word document.

Object Linking and Embedding forms the basis of Open Platform Communications (OPC) and was used in Internet Explorer.

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Englisch: object linking and embedding - OLE
Updated at: 27.12.2018
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