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Chapter 4. Creating a Document with Word > Working with Multiple Documents

Working with Multiple Documents

Multiple open documents are handy if you want to refer to an old patient record or report or copy parts of one letter into another. You can view each document in its own window or all open documents in horizontally tiled windows. If you need to compare two documents, you can view them side by side and scroll through them at the same time. To view different parts of a document (convenient for summarizing a long report), you can split it into two windows that you view simultaneously but edit and scroll through independently.

Switch Between Documents

  • Click the Word Document button on the taskbar you want to display.

  • Click the Window menu, and then click the document on which you want to work.


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