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    Insert a File After Endnotes (Word 2003)

    Just a short question which I know must have an answer but I'm unable to find it. I've created a 3 page file that has 3 endnotes on the last page. I'd like to know how to go to page 4 and Insert a File but Word doesn't allow Section Page Breaks below the last Endnote and, if I want different headers on the Inserted document, I need to have a Section Page Break. Tried putting the cursor after the endnotes and "Entering" into a new page but, of course, that didn't work. Tried to Insert the File just below the last Endnote but the file appears to be still part of the Endnote and on page 4 and subsequent pages there's an (unremovable?) 6" separator line across the top of each page in the Inserted File. Thank goodness, once again, for the "Undo" button. Any suggestions would be appreciated as to how to get "below and out of" the Endnote area.
    Bob W

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    Re: Insert a File After Endnotes (Word 2003)

    1) Activate the Visual Basic Editor (Alt+F11).
    2) Activate the Immediate window (Ctrl+G)
    3) Type or copy/paste the instruction

    ActiveDocument.Content.EndnoteOptions.Location = wdEndOfSection

    4) With the insertion point in the line of the instruction, press Enter.
    5) Switch back to your document (Alt+F11).
    6) Go to the end (Ctrl+End).
    7) Insert a next page section break (Insert | Break..., Next Page, OK)

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    Re: Insert a File After Endnotes (Word 2003)

    Thanks Hans. Not being that familiar with VB (beyond a very basic understanding) I wouldn't have had a clue what to do and your instructions were excellect. Worked like a charm. Thanks again.
    Bob W.

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