Did you ever want to combine two or more Word documents into one? You could always copy and paste one document into another but that would be the long and tedious way. Use a better method instead. It’s built right into Word but like many Word features it isn’t all that obvious. Here is how to apply it in Word 2007/2010:
- Open the document where you want everything to be combined
- Place the cursor in the location where you want the material to be added
- Click the Insert tab
- Open the drop-down menu for "Object"
- Choose "Text from file".
- A dialog will open, where you can choose the file that you wish to combine with the presently open file.
- Click the button "Insert"
And that’s all there is to it.
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