#170 Easily Combine Multiple Word Documents

May 14, 2013

Want to bring in text from another document? Instead of copying and pasting, you can insert the entire document using a tool built into Microsoft Word.  Here is how to insert text from another file:

 

In Windows:

1. Place the cursor where you would like the content to be added

2. Click the Insert tab

3. In the “Text” section click on the down arrow next to the “Object” button and select “Text from File…”

4. Choose the file you wish to include and click “Insert”.

 

In Mac OS X:

1. Place the cursor where you would like the content to be added

2. Click the Insert menu in the Mac menu bar at the top of the screen

3. Select “File”

4. Choose the file you wish to include and click “Insert”

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