I have so many documents, there has to be a way to make just one!

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It never fails, just when you think you have completed a task that you have been assigned... Your supervisor comes to you with some type of change. In this case you have created step-by-step procedures on how-to complete a task.

You are using Microsoft Office Word 2007. You complete your first assigned task and then assigned more procedures to create. After completed the how-to documents you think, you're done.

Ha ha ha... NOT! Your supervisor now wants you to combine your documents into one file.

Great! Now how do I do this?

Don't panic it is really simple!! Here are the steps to merge your Microsoft Office Word 2007 documents into one file...

  1. Open Microsoft Office Word 2007, which will start with a blank document. Or if you have Microsoft Office Word 2007 open, left click on the Office Button located in the top left hand corner and left click on New.
  2. Now with you blank document open, configure you page layout so to match your other documents that you have completed.
  3. Now using your Office Fluent ribbon left click on Insert tab.
  4. Looking to the left side of the Insert tab locate Object.
  5. Now left click on the drop down arrow.
  6. Left click once to select Text from file...
  7. Locate your document that you wish to add and then left click the Insert button.
  8. Repeat steps 4 through 7 until you have merged all of your documents into one.  Now that you have merged all of your documents, you must SAVE this new document!
  9. Left click on the Office Button and select Save As.

There is always more than one way to do something.  The above steps are just one way to do this.  I hope you find this helpful.

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