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Introduction

When working with long documents, the ability to split up the tasks can be crucial to meeting a deadline. Microsoft Office Word 2003 can do just that. By creating a master document in an Outline format, you can simply select the sections of the master that will be sectioned off as a subdocument. Word creates a number of subdocuments off the master, based on how you decide to group them. Once the subdocuments are created, they become separate files that others can open, develop, save and re-insert into the master.

Using master documents and subdocuments by many individuals could be a formatting nightmare. Word has an automatic formatting tool to help you create an overall format for your long document. In order to help your readers process your document, headers and footers, along with a cross reference, are a great way to keep them focused on the material at hand.


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