How to merge word docs into one?

  dalglish 12:44 14 Jul 05
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Hi all

I have 30 word documents that I would like to combine into one master dcoument but don't know how to do this.
I know that it is possible to insert files individually but wondered if there is a quick way to select all thirty at once and insert them in to the master?
Any help gratefully received

Steve

  Taff36 12:55 14 Jul 05

In Word 2002 for example: Open a new document and call t Master. Insert>File and in the dialog box hold your Ctrl Key and select all the other documents with your mouse. Then click the insert button. If this doesn`t work tell us which version of Word you have.

  dalglish 13:03 14 Jul 05

thanks Taff but I have Word 2000 and it will not allow me to ctrl each file only one at a time

  VoG II 13:06 14 Jul 05

boiler.zip click here

  dalglish 13:30 14 Jul 05

thanks VoG

have tried to edit the macro in StartBoiler from the link you kindly supplied. But I cannot get teh user form frmBoilerMain to display the associated code.

  Simsy 07:22 15 Jul 05

You come across all sorts...

Sorry this doesn't help, but I clicked on the link VoG™ provided...

Have you tried the optical illusion link near the bottom. It's brilliant!

Regards,

Simsy

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