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    camaren
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    Turning docs into pages

    I'm trying to put together some training material and I goofed! I have been making single documents (pages) instead of continuing within the same document. Now I want to put them together and number the pages and I can't figure out how to do it, short of cutting and pasting. Does anyone have any ideas???
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Turning docs into pages

    I will make a value judgement and assume you are fresh to Word so I won't bother to provide a macro that you may not know how to implement.

    A way to combine them one at a time without copy/pasting is
    1. Open the file (Page 1) and position your cursor at the end of the file on a blank line.
    2. Choose Insert>File...
    3. Select the next file in the series (page 2) and click OK
    4. Press F4, select next file and click OK
    5. Repeat step 4 until all files are in there.

    Now rush out and buy "Word 97 Annoyances" by Woody Leonhard and read everything. (PS it won't matter that you have Word 2000 - but it will if you have Word 6)
    Andrew Lockton, Chrysalis Design, Melbourne Australia

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    camaren
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    Re: Turning docs into pages

    Thank you so much. It worked great.

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