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Chapter 16. Master Documents: Control an... > Taking a Closer Look at Subdocuments

Taking a Closer Look at Subdocuments

Within the master document, Word marks the subdocuments you create in two ways (see Figure 16.2). First, text in a subdocument is surrounded by a thin, gray border. Second, a subdocument icon appears to the top left of the first heading in the subdocument.

In Master Document view, you can select the entire subdocument by clicking this subdocument icon. You can open the subdocument in its own editing window by double-clicking the subdocument icon. Later in this chapter, you'll learn more about organizing, formatting, and editing subdocuments.


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