Merge Two Word Files into One

Last Updated May 25, 2007 10:20 AM EDT

combine-documents.jpgIt's one thing to compare multiple documents--but what if you want to merge two heavily revised documents into one? Windows Vista Magazine, UK edition, shows you how to do exactly that. The solution lies in Word 2007's new tri-pane review panel, which, according to the author, makes it a snap to compare and combine documents. Well, okay, six steps isn't exactly a snap, but it sure beats the old-fashioned way of trying to spot changes on your own. Have you learned any cool Word 2007 tricks you'd like to share? It's easy: Just click the Comments link above.
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