Embedding a profile saves a copy of the source profile with the file so that the numeric colour values have some 'meaning' when taken to the next stage of the workflow.
a functor which is full and faithful and injective on objects
Data from one application inserted into another. A word processor file may contain information from a spreadsheet file. Updating the data in one can update the information in the other.
OLE technique that allows a container document to completely hold another COM object.
Importing a graphic so that the entire file is part of the layout. (see linking)
With an embedded object, information in the destination file does not change if you modify the source file. Embedded objects become part of the destination file and, once inserted, are no longer part of the source file. Double-click the embedded object to open it in the source program. Both embedding and hyperlinking allow you to add all or part of a new or previously created file ( Microsoft Office file, sound file, video file, etc.) into a Microsoft Office file. An embedded file becomes part of the file in which it is embedded. A hyperlink simply points to the location of the original file, and opens the linked file from its saved location.
Technique of capturing object in Lucite or other materials.
Process of importing into a file all of the data used to describe a graphic or font, in contrast to linking to the file or font.
A method of inserting an object, such as a document or worksheet, into a file (the destination file). After the object is embedded, the object becomes part of the destination file. When a user double-clicks an embedded object, the object opens in the program it was created in. Any changes the user makes to the embedded object are reflected only in the destination file. See also linking.
The embedding of sound files is done using the EMBED tag. | Links
An OLE technique of inserting an object into a container application's document, it includes not only a pointer to the server application, but also the object's native data. See also OLE, Container Application and Client/Server.