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Several MS Word docs on one page

Posted on 1998-09-18
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I've several MS Word documents which I'm hoping to
minimize them and import them to an one page
Word/PowerPoint document.  Is there such a way
to do it??  (The only method I could think of is to
convert those docs from Word to GIF format then
import them into Word/PP as objects, however, I
don't know any program which can do the conversion)
Thanks.
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Question by:mindless
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by:aburr
ID: 1112520
Open one word document.  Put insertion point at the end. Go to Inset menu, click on file. Select the next word document. Repeat as desired.
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by:mindless
ID: 1112521
The method you purposed is call "appending another file to the
end of the first file".  However, I'm looking for a way
to arrange the placement of more than one MS Word doc
into a one-page printout (where each documents are
reduced in size)

       Master doc
       ----------------------------------------
       |   ------     --------     --------   |
       |  | Doc  |   | Doc  2 |    | Doc   |  |
       |  |  1   |   |        |    |  3    |  |
       |   ------     --------      -------   |
       |                                      |
       |--------------------------------------|
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iliya earned 50 total points
ID: 1112522
Create New empty document.
Choise Insert/Object
In the dialog box click on "Insert from file" tab.
Press Browse button and choise your first file. Press OK.
The document will apear with black border. Resize it by pointing with mouse in the corrner and dragging.
Repeat this for all documents.
Cheers!

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