How to Import Multiple Word Documents Into One File


If you're working on a book, recipe collection or other Word document with multiple sections, you may find it easier to save each section as a separate document. When it comes time to put the final document together, use Microsoft Word 2007's Outline View section to combine the separate documents. Outline View lets you import multiple documents into one file, then save the file as its own document.

  • Click the "Start" button and type "Word" into the Search box. Click the "Microsoft Office Word 2007" icon that appears.

  • Click the "View" tab, then click "Outline" to open Outline View. Click "Show Document" in the "Master Document" section of the toolbar. Click "Insert."

  • Navigate to the first document you want to import. Select the Word document file, then click "Open" to import it.

  • Click "Import" again. Add the second document; repeat the process for all the Word documents you want to import.

  • Click "Close Outline View." Click the Office button, then "Save As." Type a name for the file and click "Save."

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