Insert A File Into A File (Word 2003)

Word provides you with the ability to insert a file into your open document. For example, if you currently have a Word document open, you can insert a second Word document into it. One of the handy things about this is that it can save you a lot of typing (and a lot of time).

Inserting another file into your open document is a simple process. The steps are outlined for you below.

  1. Open your Word document.

  2. Place the cursor in the open document where you want to insert the second one.
  3. From the Insert menu, click Insert File. If you are using Word 2002, click File from the Insert menu.
  4. Locate the file that you want to insert into your document and click the Insert button.

Word will automatically insert the file into your open document.

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