You must have been stuck to a situation when you had created multiple MS Word file for some school or college project but at the end you realize that something had gone wrong as project file has to be submitted into a single document i.e. one MS Word File.
Now how you will fix the situation, you find that the only way to fix it is to create again using MS Word but this would surely waste your valuable time.
Here in this tutorial I’ll tell how to merge multiple doc files into one.
How to Merge Multiple Doc Files into One
Step 1: Open a new Microsoft Office Word document or can open the first file/document from those single documents you have created.
Step 2: Use the “Cursor Key” or press the “Page Down” button to take your cursor at the bottom of the page or you can put the cursor where you want to insert the next document so that it can be in order to read.
Step 3: Go to “Insert” (you can find insert on the top panel) and press “Object File”.
Step 4: One box will get open. Choose “Create from File” from those two options available in that previously opened box.
Step 5: Now browse and show the path of the document you want to put next to your first document file. Hit “Ok” and you are done.
If you have followed every step correctly you can see two different MS Word files are now in one single document. Repeat the steps if you want to put more documents to make one Single MS word Document.
If still the issue is not clear watch the video to merge Multiple Doc Files into one.
Same thing had happen to me when I was creating an ebook for one of my client – Bamidele Onibalusi. He didn’t told me that the ebook should be in one single MS Word file so as obvious I had created multiple MS Word documents. Hence, on his request I have been told to combine word documents into one as that would be easier to upload so that incident has inspired me to write this trick on MS Word.