How to Merge Multiple MSWord Files Into a Single Document Using Word 2010


Microsoft Word 2010 uses an "Insert" feature to help merge multiple documents into one master document. This is especially helpful when combining sections of a report into one large report, chapters into a book, or notes into one master notes file. This is a similar process to inserting a picture, table or spreadsheet into a Word 2010 document.

  • Click "New" to create a new blank document. Click the "Office" button and click "Save As." Save the document as the master document.

  • Click the mouse in the document space. A blinking cursor appears. Click the "Insert" tab. Click the arrow next to "Object" in the "Text" group.

  • Click "Text From File" on the drop-down menu. Browse for the Word 2010 documents you want to merge in the "Insert File" dialog box.

  • Click the "Insert" button. The text files are merged into the master blank document. Save the master document.

Tips & Warnings

  • Set up your master document page layout and margin before merging documents.


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