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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Word® 2010 by Diane Koers

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Using Office Applications

MICROSOFT DESIGNED THE ENTIRE Office suite so that the applications can be used within each other. You’ve already discovered in Chapter 5, how you can e-mail a Word document using Outlook and in Chapter 12, you realized how to insert an Excel table into a Word document. But there’s more you can do. This section is about integrating more of the Office elements.

Inserting a Word File

In your current document, if you need something you’ve already typed into another document, you could (A) retype the document; (B) open the document you want to insert, select the entire document, copy it, and then paste it into the new document; or (C) insert the other file into your existing file. I vote for C.

Position the insertion point ...

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