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Part VII: Handling Large Documents > Assembling Large Documents

Chapter 34. Assembling Large Documents

  • Create a master document

    Master documents integrate collections of smaller documents into a cohesive large document.

  • Work with subdocuments

    Update subdocuments and pass on the updates to the master document.

  • Insert tables of contents, indexes, and cross-references in long documents

    Your master document can have continuous page numbers, a common table of contents, common index, and headers and footers.

You can work with any size document in Word 97, but several considerations dictate the most efficient approach to working with large documents. Large documents, as well as documents with many graphics, fields, bookmarks, and formatting, consume more memory and disk space. They can be slow to load, save, and work in, depending on how much memory you have and the speed of your computer.


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