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Chapter 16. Master Documents: Control an... > Reorganizing a Master Document

Reorganizing a Master Document

All the outlining skills you learned in Chapter 15, "Outlining: The Best Way to Organize a Document," come in especially handy when you need to reorganize a master document. Display your document in Outline view, and click Expand Subdocuments to view all the contents of your subdocuments. Now you can use Word's Outlining toolbar and keyboard shortcuts to rearrange any elements of your master document.

Moving an Entire Subdocument

You might decide that you want to move an entire subdocument to a different location in your master document. First, use Word's Outlining and Master Documents toolbar buttons to display the portions of the master document you need to see in order to know exactly where you want to move the subdocument. Next, click the subdocument symbol to select the entire subdocument (see Figure 16.8).


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