Microsoft word is a popular software for formatting documents. While working with such documents, it may become essential to merge multiple documents together into a single word document. Most of the time when writing books, each chapter is written in different word documents that will need to be combined into a single word document in the end. This will help to create the tables of content and indexes for the book.
How to Merge Word Documents
To merge word documents, first, you will need to launch Word and select a blank document where the merging needs to take place. It would be a good idea to save the document as well.
Documents that need to be merged
First document – A.docx
Second document – B.docx
Third Document – C.docx
Open a Blank document.
On the interface, select the Insert option on the top of the menu.
Click on the Object option on the right of the available options as shown below.
Two options will be displayed as shown above. Out of the two options select the “Text from File option.”
A window like the above will appear. Here you will have to select the documents that need to be merged together.
After the selection has been made, by clicking the insert option below will merge the documents together.
As show above the individual files which contained the letters “A, B, C” have been merged together into a single document.