Word: use Insert Text from File to combine multiple Word documents

Posted on:  04/22/2019
Word: use Insert Text from File to combine multiple Word documents

Steps to combine multiple Word documents:

  1. Have one Word document open.
  2. Insert a Section break next page by clicking the Layout tab - Breaks - and selecting Section Break Next Page.
  3. Add or combine the next Word document by selecting the Insert tab - clicking the drop-down arrow in Object in the Text group and selecting Text from File.
  4. Locate your Word document and click Insert.

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