How to Combine Word Documents into One

How to Combine Word Documents into One

Hello readers, good morning, in this post I am going to show how to combine multiple word documents into a single file. MS-WORD is the undisputed king of Word Processing. Similar to other Word Processors, MS-Word has tons of helpful tools to make documents.

There are many lesser-known features of MS-WORD. One of them is the files combining feature. Using MS-WORD to manually copy and paste multiple Word document’s text into a single file is not the easiest and the quickest method.

The easiest and the quickest method is to insert documents as an object instead.

Here is a simple walkthrough to combine multiple Word documents into one:

To combine multiple docs into one, open a new or existing Microsoft Word document. This is your “Master” document, where all the documents will be combined into a single file.

From the ribbon, click on the “Insert” tab.

Selecting Insert tab in MS Office

Now you have to locate the “Object” in the “Text” section. Next to the “Object” button, press the downward pointing arrow and then click the “Text from File”  option in the drop-down menu.

locating the Object option in the Text section

Now the insert box will open and select the files you want to combine. And finally, click the “insert” button to insert them into the new document.

Selecting and Inserting file into a new document

Lastly, the contents of the selected files or docs will be combined with your open document.

In the case of a new document, all the selected contents will appear from the beginning. If you’re combining docs files into an existing document, then the contents of the inserted files will appear below the existing content of the existing document.

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In the sample below, several Word documents have been named with the ending A, B, and C to clarify the final order before merging multiple documents into a single file.

Final order of multiple documents

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