) Have you had any issues with the i OS 9 download process? If a Soft Step is connected to an editor with a differing firmware version (e.g.Here are a few of the i OS 9 download issues we have heard about.
When you embed a Power Point object, information in the Word file doesn't change if you modify the source Power Point file.
Embedded objects become part of the Word file and, after they are inserted, they are no longer part of the source file.
When you insert an entire Power Point presentation as an object, the document displays only one slide.
To display different slides, double-click the Power Point object, and then press ENTER to run the slide show.
The solution in this case again seems to be to turn Cellular Data off and then back on again in Settings Reset All Settings.
5) If you have lost data during the i OS 9 update hopefully you will be able to restore it from the back up you made of your device (you did make the backup didn’t you?
If you link the report to the slide, the data in the report can be updated whenever the source file is updated. Use linked objects if file size is a consideration.
If you embed the slide in the report, your report contains a static copy of the data. Linking is also useful when you want to include information that is maintained independently, such as data collected by a different department, and when you need to keep that information up-to-date in a Word document.
Unlike when you paste content (such as by pressing CTRL V), when you insert it as a linked or embedded object, you can still work with it in the original program.
If you insert the slide into the document as a Power Point object, Microsoft Office Word runs Power Point when you double-click the slide, and you can use Power Point commands to work with the slide.
Because the information is totally contained in one Word document, embedding is useful when you don't want the information to reflect changes in the source file, or when you don't want the document recipients to be concerned with updating the linked information.