SharePoint 2013 – How to Embed a Word document in your Site Page

Summary : SharePoint 2013 – How to Embed a Word document in your Site Page, Office 365 Embed a Word 2013 document in your SharePoint 2013 Site Page, Use Embed code to add Word doc on SharePoint Page.

Office 2013 and SharePoint 2013 makes a powerful combination. As you might know by now that the new SharePoint 2013 has something called News Feed. A Feed to share like Yammer. You can share thoughts, links, and even doucments which you can see as embeded in the feed itself.
So how do create this embed effect on one of the custom pages? Lets look at the steps

1. Create a new Word document using Office Web Apps from a SharePoint Document library.

2. Click on File -> Share.Share -> Embed is available if you are Creating a Document using Office Web Apps.

3. Once you click on share you will be presented with a screen that has a Embed Code. Adjust the height and width of the frame and then Copy the Embed code.

4. Once done save and close the word document. Next we will add this to a SharePoint page to complete our task.

5. Navigate to your SharePoint 2013 site and click on a little settings arrow and then “New Page”.

Add a page Name and then click Create.

Once create you should have something like below

6. Next to embed the code click on “Format Text” tab and the “Edit Source”

7. Paste the code that you copied earlier in the source box and click Ok.

8. click on “Save and Publish” to see the final out-put.

Finally you can also view and copy the embed code, print to PDF or download document and right from your document with document options.


  1. Hi
    For some reason I don’t have Share | Embed option in my Word 2013 ?
    Any ideas ?


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