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Files

You can use the File command under the Insert menu to insert one file (the source file) within another file (the destination file). The source file then becomes part of the destination file.

✓ Tips

  • The source file can be in any format that Word recognizes.

  • Copy-and-paste and drag-and-drop are two other methods for inserting the contents of one file into another. These techniques are explained in Chapter 2.

  • A file can be inserted with or without a link. If the source file is linked, when you update the link, the destination file is updated with fresh information from the source file. This means that changes in the source file are reflected in the destination file.



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