Word 2010 merge documents

Posted on 2011-10-03
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have 2 word documents that I need to merge so I can have 1 single document containing all the information on those 2 documents. How can I do this in MS Word 2010?
I’ll appreciate any help.
Question by:narce100
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    You can plug in the data from one document into the current document via the Insert tab, Text group, Object button,
    'Text from File' item.

    If you want to select from similar documents, you might try the Combine function in the Compare button dropdown on the Review tab.
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    by:Paul Sauvé
    COPY / PASTE should also work fairly easily...

    Author Comment

    I have 3 diferent versions of the same documents and I need to produce one single document that contains all the information of the 3.
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    by:Paul Sauvé
    In order to adequately reply:
    Do the three versions all contain comments?
    Were the comments inserted using the Review tab -> Track Changes function?

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    Accepted Solution

    This MS Office Help article may be of use to you: Merge comments and changes from several documents into 1 document...

    Author Closing Comment

    That worked!
    Thank You

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