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Chapter 34. Assembling Large Documents > Understanding the Components of a Larg...

Understanding the Components of a Large Document

Although you can break a document up into smaller documents and work with and print these smaller files individually, there are many advantages to combining these smaller subdocuments into a master document, and using Word's powerful master document feature to organize and work with the large document. When you work in the Master Document view of a large document (see Figure 34.1), it's like working with an outline, so it is much easier to move around the document and to organize the document using the same techniques you use to organize an outline (see Chapter 21, "Organizing Content with an Outline"). There are also several tools in Master Document view that you can use to manage the subdocuments in a master document.

Figure 34.1. You can use Master Document view to manage a large document.



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