How Can I Combine Several Word Documents Into A Single Document

How Can I Combine Several Word Documents Into A Single Document


  • 17 Feb, 2012

    To combine several relatively simple documents into a single document, repeat the following procedure until all of the individual documents have been combined. The original documents are unaffected by this procedure. 1. Start a new, blank document. 2. Choose File from the Insert menu. 3. Browse to the document you want to insert. 4. Select the document, then click Insert. 5. Usually, you will want to insert a page break after each file you insert: Choose Break from the Insert menu, select Page break, then click OK.Some attributes of the documents you insert after the first one may be lost (e.g., margins, headers, and footers). Once you get all the documents combined, you can work on finishing up document formatting details, page numbering, etc. If your individual documents are more complex, Word's Master- and Sub-document feature is what you need. This feature is too complex for coverage here, but Word's Online Help will get you started.

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