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Saving a Master Document

You can save a master document the same way you save any other Word file: by clicking the Save button, pressing Ctrl+S, or choosing File, Save.

When you save a master document that contains new subdocuments, Word creates new files for each subdocument, and stores them in the same folder as the master document. Word automatically names your subdocuments, using the first letters or phrase at the beginning of each subdocument. If the names of more than one subdocument would be identical, or if another identical filename already exists in the same folder, Word adds a number to distinguish them. For example, if the subdocuments all start with the word Chapter, they would be named


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