Adding a Word document file into another helps save time. There are a number of ways you can do this. You can copy the document from its original source into the new document, insert the document as a file, or insert it as an object. Inserting a document as a file gives you the option to select a specific bookmark you want to insert.
Using Copy and Paste
Open the Word document you want to copy.
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Select the entire document by pressing "Ctrl+A" on your keyboard. Then right-click over the text and select "Copy."
Minimize the Word document and open the Word document where the contents will be added.
Place the insertion point where you want the contents pasted. Then right-click and select "Paste."
Add by Inserting Document as File
Open the Word document where the second document will be added. Then place your cursor where you want to insert the file.
Select "Insert" and "File" from the toolbar. The "Insert" dialog box will open.
Select the Word document file you want to insert. To choose a range, click the "Range" button. The "Enter Text" dialog box will open. Enter the bookmark name of the Word document you want to insert and press "OK."
Click on "Insert" to add the Word document to your page.
Add by Inserting Document as Object
Open the Word document where you want to place the second file.
Place the insertion point where the document will go. Then select "Insert" and "Object" from the toolbar. The "Object" dialog box will open.
Click the "Create from File" tab, then press "Browse."
Double-click the Word document you want to add. Its file path will be added to the "Browse" text field. Click "OK" to add the Word document.