This article explains how to combine several Word documents into one document. It’s particularly useful if you’ve written a dissertation, thesis or book and need to combine all of the chapters into one file.
These instructions work for Word 2007, Word 2010 and Word 2013; I’ve used Word 2010 for the screenshots
Why would I want to combine chapters into one document?
Lots of people do their writing a chapter at a time, and have it edited a chapter at a time, too. But the time will come when you want to put it all into one book, with page numbers running throughout, rather than messing around starting the page numbers for chapter 2 at the next number on from chapter 1, etc.
What’s the incorrect way to combine my chapters?
You might be tempted to pick up the text of each chapter and copy and paste it into one…
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