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  1. #1
    4 Star Lounger
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    Apr 2002
    Northern Territory, Australia
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    I am working with a large document which is broken down into 10 individual files for ease of management. I would like to be able to take a copy of each of the Tables of Contents at the beginning of each of the 10 files and put them into one in a new file which will be a reflection of the whole document. I dont believe it would be able to maintain hyperlinks. If it could that would be great, but if not I could live with it.

    I have managed to copy each of them manually by copying and pasting ( and pasting as non formated text ). I would like to be able to do this with a macro if possible.

    Am I dreaming?? Is this possible?


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    Plutonium Lounger
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    You can use the RD field to include a table of contents of a document in another document.

    See for example the section "How to create a table of contents for several documents" in How to create a table of contents in Microsoft Word.

    Reference info: Field codes: RD (Referenced Document) field.

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