Sometimes when you’re collaborating on a word document with co-workers or editors, the number of copies, edits, and changes can quickly grow out of hand. This is why it’s helpful to have the option to combine two separate documents in Word, because a copy and an edited copy will not only merge, but you’ll also have the option to label which changes were made by a specific author and when. Learn how you can easily merge two documents in Microsoft Word. Related: How to Copy and Paste Multiple Text Selections in Microsoft Word Merge the Two Documents To start, open the first document you want… Read more
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